Dave Chappelle Blasts Katt Williams Over Slamming Black Comedians
Dave Chappelle is speaking on Katt Williams’ viral Club Shay Shay interview with Shannon Sharpe. Williams infamously called out Steve Harvey, Kevin Hart, Ludacris, and other Black male comedians. Even though he specifically didn’t speak on Chappelle, Chappelle had some words for Williams and questioned why he only targeted Black comedians.
“What part of the game is this? He only ethered n—–. He didn’t say anything about any of these white boys. None of these white boys function like that,” Chappelle said on stage at the MonDERAYS at the Hollywood Improv on Friday (Jan. 19). “Katt is one of the best painters in the game. So why are you drawing ugly pictures of us? Stop.”
“Hurt people hurt people, but I am a hurt person that never hurt people, and he does it all the time: ‘F— this one, and f— that one, and f— this one,'” Chappelle said.
Katt Williams’ Club Shay Shay Interview
Williams left no stone unturned during his interview with Shannon Sharpe. The nearly three-hour interview has amassed 53 million views on YouTube and had social media on fire for days. After Williams’ fiery comments on fellow comedians, some responded to his allegations.
One of the most memorable responses came from Ludacris. Williams said Ludacris was in the Illuminati, which is how he got his role in Fast & Furious. He also took shots at Ludacris’ partner saying that he “ended up with a light-skinned ugly-face wife.”
Ludacris responded in a freestyle over Kanye’s “Devil In A New Dress.”
“Never been Illuminati, only Ill-Luda-nati/ And I only left with bitches when coming from any party/ Now I’m married with kids, the evolution of life/ Never been a clout-chaser, never say s— for likes,” Luda rapped in part.
On Suge Knight’s Collect Call podcast, Williams called Ludacris a “fraud” as the comedian briefly stepped into his rapper persona.
“I’m coming for your number one spot/ One of us a killer and the other one is not/ One of us the realest and the other one a fraud,” Williams rapped referencing Luda’s 2004 single “Number One Spot” over a piano instrumental beat.
Take a look at Williams’ Club Shay Shay interview below: