He’s never one to mince his words. Comedian/actor Katt Williams (real name Micah S. Katt Williams) recently sat down with Bishop Don “Magic” Juan. The 40-year-old who has been plagued with a few run-ins with the law seemed to be in better spirits, opening up about some of his thoughts on the entertainment industry. He shared his thoughts on his career and how comedic actor Kevin Hart has taken the reins as the biggest comedian after Katt took a break from doing stand-up. He says he understood that someone could step in his place, but claims that he
told Kevin Hart’s people how to make him Kevin Hart.
He then speaks about “creating the BET Hip-Hop Awards,” and addresses rumors that he lost a dance competition to T-Pain, which resulted in him forfeiting his hosting duties in 2008. While Katt didn’t expand on the situation, he says he’s not going to throw shade at the competition. When asked if he would ever attend the awards show, Katt says not as long as Stephen G. Hill is president of the network. In fact, he refers to BET as a ‘no fly zone’.
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