Dave Chappelle Slams Katt Williams For Dissing Other Comedians

Dave Chappelle Slams Katt Williams For Dissing Other Comedians

Dave Chappelle:


Dave Chappelle doesn't think Katt Williams' viral interview in which he insulted some of his colleagues was good for comedy.

Chappelle criticized Williams for targeting Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, among others, when Williams appeared on the Club Shay Shay podcast earlier this month. Chappelle made the comments while on stage at MonDERAYS at the Hollywood Improv on Jan. 19, an event hosted by comedian DeRay Davis.

The Williams interview went viral and was even mentioned on Saturday Night Live last night

Williams also made comments about Cedric the Entertainer and Steve Harvey in his tirades about the Shay Shay club.

Although Chappelle is known for his strict ban on cell phones during his performances, parts of his Williams post circulated on social media.

“What part of the game is this? He aired niggas. He didn't say anything about any of those white boys. None of these white boys work like that,” Chappelle said. “Katt is one of the best painters in the game. So why are you drawing ugly pictures of us? To stop. Hurt people hurt people, but I’m a hurt person who never hurts people, and he does it all the time.”

Impersonating Williams, Chapelle said, “'Fuck this one, and fuck that one, and fuck that one,'” before adding, “But, n**ga, I ain't heard nothing That you did wrong.” He didn't do anything wrong? Katt didn't do anything wrong? … Katt talked about the shit the n**gas did to other n**gas, but not everything the n**gas did to him.”

Chappelle continued, “If I told my story it would break your heart… I lost everything and never told anyone and that n**ga is the arbiter of the truth.” Katt, listen, I fuck hard with Katt, but… DeRay, tell me, what part of the game messes up another n**ga's paper? What part of the game is about telling another n**ga something?”

The comedian questioned why Williams would confront his colleagues controversially when “we're all trying to be in a better situation,” he said.