Katt Williams Accuses Cedric the Entertainer of Joke Theft
In a Recent Controversy within the comedy industry, Classic Comedian Katt Williams has accused another Comedian “Cedric the Entertainer”
In a Recent Controversy within the comedy industry, Classic Comedian Katt Williams has accused another Comedian “Cedric the Entertainer” of stealing of his best Jokes from the 90, Katt Williams openly accused Cedric stating “This is not just a random joke — this is my very best joke and it’s my last joke and it’s my closing joke,”in his interview in a pod cast “Club Shay Shay” Hosted by Shannon Sharpe
Williams claimed that Cedric the Entertainer took his closing joke, performed on BET’s ComicView in 1998, and later used it as his own during “The Original Kings of Comedy.” According to Williams, the joke had gained significant recognition, and the joke even featured in BET’s ComicView commercial.
Cedric the Entertainer previously denied Williams allegation during an interview of the same podcast show Club Shay Shay in November 2022. He Denies Williams accusations and Marked them as ridiculous, and questioned William that if he so upset about it why didn’t he raise his questions earlier, Cedric stated “I’ve seen this guy [Williams] 30 times,” he said. “Like, dog, if you literally was that upset about it, like why didn’t you say nothing, like that don’t even make sense,” and said “This is some internet shit, and that’s all I can say, so, you know, when I responded to him, he didn’t respond back to me and I left it at that.”
Katt Williams didn’t target Cedric alone, he accused Steve Harvey and Rickey Smiley of being part of a longstanding comedic Gang who steal other comedian’s jokes and steal their stories presenting it as their own, Williams described them as a collective gang for the past 30 years. William stating about Steve Harvey.“This is like Steve Harvey telling people he used to be homeless. That’s my story, that’s not his story. Steve Harvey was never homeless,” he said. “25 years ago he was making $3,000 a show in cash and doing five shows a week… they just tell the stories.”