Kevin Hart responds to Katt Williams’ insult to ‘Club Shay Shay’


Kevin Hart plays the bigger man after fellow comedian Katt Williams criticized him in the instant classic “Club Shay Shay” interview earlier this week.

In response to Williams questioning the credibility of Hart’s rise to stardom in recent decades, Hart dismissed the “Friday After Next” actor’s comments. in a tweetwriting: “Gotta get that champion anger out.”

“It’s honestly sad,” the “Ride Along” and “Jumanji” star added.

Hart continued to promote his upcoming Netflix comedy, “Lift,” and gave Williams another chance: “Meanwhile…. Please enjoy THE TRAILER OF MY MOVIE. …There’s a moment in the trailer where [co-star Gugu Mbatha-Raw] He says, ‘They really love you’… now I know he’s talking about ‘Katt.'”

During his no-holds-barred interview with former NFL star and media personality Shannon Sharpe, Williams hurled insults and candid revelations about a long list of other comedians and entertainers, including Steve Harvey and Chris Tucker. In particular, he repeated accusations against Cedric the Entertainer for an allegedly stolen joke and named Hart among the other victims, calling the “The Big House” alum an industry “plant” who was hand-picked by Hollywood studios. , undermining Hart’s narrative about being self-entitled. made an artist.

“No one in Hollywood remembers going to a sold-out Kevin Hart show, having a line for him, and getting a standing ovation at any comedy club,” Williams told Sharpe.

“He already had his agreements when he got here,” he continued. “Have we heard of a comedian who came to Los Angeles and that in his first year in Los Angeles he had his own sitcom on a network television and his own movie called ‘Soul Plane’ that he directed? No, we have never heard of it before that person, nor after that person. What do you think a ‘plant’ is?

The comedians have feuded publicly in the past, particularly when Hart defended his frequent collaborator Tiffany Haddish. In 2018, while a guest on a morning radio show on Atlanta’s V-103, Williams attacked Haddish’s comedic skills, commenting, “she hasn’t demonstrated the ability to tell jokes back to back for an hour to anyone.” She went on to suggest that her fame was due to her making jokes that pandered to white audiences and insinuated that she lied about an abusive ex-partner and profited from it with her memoir, “The Last Black Unicorn.”

Haddish answered to his comments and seemed to squash the feud with Williams at the 2018 Emmy Awards, where they both took home trophies. Then, while Hart and Haddish were promoting their movie “Night School” on “The Breakfast Club” radio show, Hart came to her defense. He said Williams already had her chance in Hollywood and blew it because she “didn’t show up for work,” supposedly canceled her promotional shoots and trips and “became a liability to the studios, which is why the studios stopped to fuck.” with you.” Haddish could be seen nodding her head at her comments. Hart also accused Williams of choosing drugs over her career.

In the “Shay Shay” interview, Williams addressed Hart’s 2018 statements, commenting that he had never scared off studios (telling Sharpe to check his IMDb profile) and denied having used drugs, saying, “I’m never under the influence.” you are welcome”. She also criticized Haddish again, attacking her stand-up resume. She quickly responded on Instagram, saying she wasn’t mad at Williams, but that he was wrong and that she would “text him a reminder” before comparing him to Charleston White, an online personality known for making controversial statements, including put-downs. Comments on George Floyd and his family.

In addition to Hart and Haddish, rapper and actor Ludacris also appeared to applaud Williams, posting a short freestyle rap video. In perhaps his most unhinged comments from the “Shay Shay” interview, Williams claimed that Ludacris joined “the Illuminati” and made a deal with them to cut his hair and sideburns in exchange for being in 20 movies for $200 million. of dollars, referring to the “Fast and Furious Movies.” He also insulted the appearance and skin color of Ludacris’ wife.

Although Ludacris never mentioned Williams by name, his verses seemed to reference many of the comedian’s comments. In the video, taken inside a recording studio, Ludacris rapped over an instrumental version of Ye’s “Devil in a New Dress”: “Never been Illuminati, only ill Luda naughty.”

“RIP John Singleton, you never have to flex / When you earn every one of your ‘Fast and Furious’ checks,” he added in later bars, closing with: “Afro with sideburns, yeah, that’s my signature / Addictions on the rise, the comedians check your temperature.”

Previously, Williams appeared on the album version of Ludacris’ 2004 hit single, “Pimpin’ All Over the World,” providing a comedic touch at the end of the song.



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