For awhile it’s been quiet for Katt Williams, but not the case for Kevin Hart. He has been tremendously successful in the past years with a TV show, consistent box office hits both from movies and comedy shows, advertisement and let’s not forget his signature shoe with Nike.
To sum it up, Kevin Hart’s success is clear as day, but Katt Williams expressed his feelings on Hart’s success at his Atlanta shows from his tour “Conspiracy Theory”.
“I’ve already proven that if the best they got in comedy is Kevin Hart — don’t you boo a black man working hard, baby,” he said as the crowd started to boo. “Even if that n****’s a puppet, it’s not his fault. We don’t get mad. Just because I’m better than some black dudes, doesn’t mean I’m better than no black dudes. I’m saying if you want to be mad at Kermit The Frog, don’t be mad at Kermit The Frog, be mad at Jim Henson. Don’t say, ‘Fk Donald Duck’ when you really mean, ‘Fk Walt Disney.’”
Williams finished by suggesting Hart reached his level of success by exchanging sexual favors.
“So, since I’ve already officially proven to myself that I really am who Richard Pryor passed his torch to, and that I was able to do it without letting a man suck my dk, or sucking a man’s dk. I walked in with a virgin ahole, I walked out with a virgin ahole. I got the same soul today that I had when I did Pimp Chronicles all the way right here to the end of Pimp Chronicles.”
Kevin Hart Responded by posting a picture of him, Chris Rock, and Dave Chappelle at the Oscars on Instagram. The comment read:
Me & Dave Chappelle with our brothertonight at the Oscars. True professionals understand the importance of sticking together & supporting one another….at the end of the day we are comedians & there aren’t many that make it to level that we have made it. But so many doors are opened from the success of one comedian & when you see those doors open you then have the opportunity to walk thru them….it’s about helping one another not trying to tear each other down!!!! The insecure ones will never understand what “Support & encouragement”