Tiffany Haddish Addresses Katt Williams' Diss During New Stand-Up Set
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In a new video that circulates online, the 'Girls Trip' actress can be seen once again addressing Katt's diss on Shannon Sharpe's 'Club Shay Shay' YouTube podcast.

AceShowbiz - Tiffany Haddish isn't done hitting back at Katt Williams following his comments on her comedy career. In a video that circulated online, the "Girls Trip" actress could be seen once again addressing Katt's diss on Shannon Sharpe's "Club Shay Shay" podcast.

"I've been doing s**t - I was on 'That's So Raven', I was on all this s**t…," Tiffany told the audience. "I was on all the lil' white people TV shows, the black people TV shows… I've been telling jokes since nineteen hundred and ninety-six."

The former girlfriend of Common later talked about Katt's statement about her never performing at The Comedy Store. "This n***a said, 'Oh, they wouldn't let her perform at The Comedy Store.' That's right," she noted, "They wouldn't let me perform on the white nights at The Comedy Store, but I performed on all the black nights…."

Prior to this, Tiffany tried to set the record straight in an Instagram comment. The actress wrote, "I am not mad I just wish he would get his facts right about me. Dang I guess I will send him a reminder text." She then blasted Katt, "But are we sure that is Katt Williams? He looks like Charleston White."

During his appearance on "Club Shay Shay" on Wednesday, January 3, Katt made bombshell accusations regarding fellow celebrities, including Cedric the Entertainer, Steve Harvey, Rickey Smiley, Ludacris and Kevin Hart among others. At one point, Katt mentioned Prime Video's show "Phat Tuesdays: The Era Of Hip Hop Comedy". The TV series is about comedian Guy Torry's creation of "Phat Tuesdays", an all-Black comedy night at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, California, back in the 90s.

In his interview, Katt suggested that the show offered a false depiction of Tiffany's career. "All lies - Steve and Cedric never performed at The Comedy Store at all. Tiffany was only seen at The Laugh Factory….," so the Emmy winner said.

Katt's recent interview unsurprisingly ruffled feathers as many of those who were name-dropped in the sit-down took to social media to respond to his allegations. Most recently, Ice Cube shared a video on X denying Katt's claims about potential bathroom rape scene in 2002's "Friday After Next" that he wrote.

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