Katt Williams takes shots at 'Kings Of Comedy'

Katt Williams takes shots at 'Kings Of Comedy'

Katt Williams accused his longtime rival Cedric the Entertainer and "potato head" Steve Harvey of collaborating with Rickey Smiley, RadarOnline.com reports.

Williams made the claims on Shannon Sharpe's Club Shay Shay podcast, saying Cedric's comedy was lacking.

He opened the bag of worms by saying Smiley was dishonest when he intimated that he would play Money Mike in Friday After Next and Williams would play Santa Claus in 2002.

Cedric followed suit. When asked, 'Did you take Katt Williams' joke?' Cedric said. 'It don't line up,'" Williams informed Sharpe about Shannon and Cedric's previous interview. How does it not match that I did it on TV in 2018? You saw me do it at the Comedy Store in 2019 and on The Kings of Comedy?" Williams vomited.

Which doesn't match? He credited Mark Curry with helping him polish this broadcast joke "referring to the former Hangin' with Mr. Cooper actor.

Williams then accused Harvey of stealing Curry's '90s sitcom persona for The Steve Harvey Show.

"Steve who saw Mark Curry's sitcom and took all he had. Steve has a comedy as the principal and wears a suit. He obtains this high-top fade, making all Black guys think he has the greatest lineup. A man unit, "Williams claimed.

"Then you ask him, 'Why you not a movie star?' 'I didn't want to be a movie star,'" he mimicked Harvey in stating Steve "hated on Bernie [Mac] with this same thing."

Williams then criticized Harvey's accomplishments and attractiveness, stating Steve "couldn't be a movie star."

"Hollywood generates 30,000 scripts annually. No one wanted a rural bumpkin Black guy who can't talk and looks like Mr. Potato Head. None. He stated range is essential.

Williams returned to Cedric after convincing Sharpe he wasn't intoxicated. Williams remarked, "We found out he can't sing, can't dance and doesn't write jokes," calling him a "walrus" lacking skill. His four comedy specials. Shannon, they're terrible and not on Netflix or Tubi."

Williams contrasted Cedric's four comedy specials to his 12 in his career.

"Winners are not allowed to allow losers to rewrite history," stated. "I don't say any of these things if my name is not breached by these people on your platform."

Williams bluntly stated that all three comedians mentioned above had cooperated against him when Sharpe questioned about their ties.

For 30 years, they've been together. He claimed they aren't three random people. Due to Steve and Ced, Rickey Smiley continued showing at my auditions. He'd tell anyone. Listen, that side has gangs. Know what it is."

Cedric denies Williams' humor theft charges. He also dubbed Williams' charges "corny af," worsening their dispute.

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