A photo featuring comedian Katt Williams, Dave Chappelle, Madlib, and more has gone viral with fans on Twitter reacting to the image.
Comedian Katt Williams addressed the so-called specter of cancel culture in brilliant fashion on The Joe Budden Podcast.
In case you've been wondering where has Katt Williams been during the pandemic—he's been rocking with Supreme. On Sunday (August 16), the sometimes troubled comedian and actor dropped a nearly 7-minute monologue for the streetwear brand that was more biting than funny, in a righteous way.
Katt Williams is a known sergeant of the Struggle Army, and his latest legal issue proves it. The comedian was slapped with a $25,000 judgment from a 2016 incident in where he allegedly punched a man in the face.
Katt Williams will have to hit the Yellow Book soon to find a new attorney, this after his representation in a legal matter parted ways with the comedian. The attorney cited that Williams was difficult to work with and will no longer defend him in a $1 million assault lawsuit.
Katt Williams has managed to carve out quite a long and fruitful career over the years, but some poor bookkeeping appears to be afoot according to the IRS. The comedian and actor was hit with a $300,000 tax lien for failing to pay outstanding taxes from 2015 and 2016.
Katt Williams caught another unlucky break with the law after getting arrested for assaulting a driver in Oregon. Now free, the comedian had an arrest warrant out on him in Georgia but he somehow managed to avoid extradition.
Katt Williams has been especially spicy lately, this after he was a recent guest on Atlanta’s V-103 show where he gave some heavy criticism on Tiffany Haddish’s come up. During the interview, Williams ferociously fried Frank & Wanda Morning Show co-host Wanda Smith and her husband allegedly pulled out a firearm on the comedian.
Katt Williams really didn’t want all the smoke. The actor and comedian ended up squashing his beef with Tiffany Haddish at yesterday’s (Sept. 18) Emmy Awards.
Looks like there’s some fresh off the presses beef in the comedy world. In a recent radio interview, Katt Williams goes all the way in on Tiffany Haddish, going so far as to say she isn’t funny and that her fame is connected to her attraction to white Hollywood actors.
Okay, maybe we should start paying (some more) attention to the Emmys. Black actors swept the four guest categories at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday night (Sept. 8), a history-making event.