Katt Willams Gets Ultimate Payback On Steve Harvey During This HEATED EXCHANGE
Enjoy this throwback video of the epic battle between legends katt williams and Steve Harvey.
Katt Williams went off on his longtime archenemy Cedric the Entertainer, accusing him and “potato head” Steve Harvey of conspiring against him with fellow comedian Rickey Smiley, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
Williams made the accusations on Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay podcast while claiming that Cedric’s comedic chops weren’t up to par with his.
He opened the can of worms after claiming Smiley was dishonest when he hinted that he was supposed to play Money Mike in Friday After Next and Williams was supposed to be Santa Claus in the 2002 film.
“Cedric did the same thing. Cedric told you when you asked him, ‘Did you steal Katt Williams’ joke?’ He said, ‘It don’t line up,’” Williams told Sharpe, referring to a former interview between Shannon and Cedric. “How it don’t line up that I did it on TV in 2018? You came to see me at the Comedy Store do it in 2019, and then did it on The Kings of Comedy?’” Williams spewed.
Katt has longtime accused Cedric of stealing his jokes.
“What doesn’t line up? This is a televised joke that Mark Curry helped me punch up and get to the level that it was,” he claimed, referencing the ex-Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper actor.
Williams then went in on Harvey, alleging that the Family Feud host stole Curry’s ’90s sitcom character for The Steve Harvey Show.
Katt called Steve Harvey “Mr. Potato Head” during the interview, while alleging he stole Mark Curry’s character on ‘Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper’ for his own show.
“The same Steve that went to go watch Mark Curry do his whole sitcom and then stole everything Mark Curry had. Now Steve got a sitcom where he the principal, and he wear a suit. And then he gets this high-top fade, making all Black men think he got the best lineup in the business. And it’s a man unit,” Williams alleged.
“Then you ask him, ‘Why you not a movie star?’ ‘I didn’t want to be a movie star,’” he continued, mimicking Harvey while saying Steve “hated on Bernie [Mac] with this same thing.”
Williams then ragged on Harvey’s success and appearance, saying Steve “couldn’t be a movie star.”
“There are 30,000 new scripts in Hollywood every year. Not one of them asked for a country bumpkin Black dude that can’t talk good […] and look like Mr. Potato Head. There ain’t none. You have to have range,” he said.