Mike Epps Calls Out Katt Williams Over Viral Interview

Mike Epps and Katt Williams (Credit: Shutterstock and YouTube)

Katt Williams skewered a slew of comedians in his viral “Club Shay Shay” interview with Shannon Sharpe.

During the nearly three-hour conversation, Williams called Steve Harvey a “country bumpkin.” He accused Cedric the Entertainer of stealing his signature joke, he called Rickey Smiley is a liar, then dissed SNL alum Pete Davidson for dating Kim Kardashian and Kanye West for marrying her.

They weren’t the only targets. At one point, Williams roasted Ludacris. He called Diddy a “deviant,” and said Jonathan Majors got played by Marvel, which dropped the actor immediately after he was convicted of assaulting his ex-girlfriend.

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There was one glaring omission on Williams’ greatest hits list — Mike Epps.

Epps, who co-starred with Williams in Friday After Next and The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2, shared his thoughts about the interview on stage and on social media.

During a recent stand-up performance, Epps jokingly claimed Williams was wearing a fake Fendi jacket when he sat down with Sharpe.

“It’s f–ked up, man,” Epps said via The Neighborhood Talk. “He just should’ve worn something different, that lil hat, he had on, and that fake Fendi jacket. That’s my n—a, though, that’s my n—a, that’s my n—a!”

On Sunday, Epps shared an Instagram story with his followers admitting he was clout chasing when he riffed on Williams’ outfit.

“I did get a little jealous. Katt broke the internet and didn’t say my name — good or bad. I need the press too, n—a,” Epps quipped. “Say something about me in there, man. Say something bad about me, I don’t care. I got a special coming out. I need the press. Man, we did a movie together. Damn!”

By the way, Williams’ interview has been THE TALK of the internet since it was posted on Jan. 3.

Club Shay Shay is still posting short clips on YouTube from different parts of the conversation, but as of Sunday night, the full interview had over 32 million views.