Comedy Roast or Rap Battle? Katt Williams Drops Hilarious Freestyle Bomb on Ludacris

Who knew Katt had bars?

Katt Williams is fighting fire with fire when it comes to a recent diss track Ludacris dropped shortly after the comedian's appearance on "Club Shay Shay".

Now we all know Williams spared no punches during his interview with Shannon Sharpe. He had everyone and their mom running for cover as he dropped bomb after bomb on his fellow comics and even Ludacris.

Willams alleged that the "Fast & the Furious" actor was part of the Illuminati and joined in exchange for movie success.

4 Bombshells From Katt Williams' 'Club Shay Shay' Interview That We're Still Scratching Our Heads About

"'Fast & Furious' is on what number right now?" Williams asked. "We were both invited to an Illuminati thing," Williams said on the podcast. "It had to be one or the other of us, and decisions had to be made."

"One of us had to cut off all their hair and couldn't do the sideburn thing no more with the points," he said. "And the next person, they said, was going to get $200 million because they were going to pay him 10 million a movie to do 20 movies."

"One of those persons turned out to be Ludacris, and the other person turned out to be Katt Williams," he continued.

In response, Ludacris had a few bars for the comedian-turned-actor.

(L-R) Katt Williams and Ludacris at the BET Hip Hop Awards in 2007.

Ludacris Responds To Katt Williams' Illuminati Claims With Freestyle Diss

"Never been Illuminati, only Ill-Luda-nati," Ludacris rapped. "You never have to flex when you earned every one of your 'Fast & Furious' checks," he continued.

Every good rap battle deserves a response. And Williams did just that on Suge Knight's podcast "Collect Calls." Yes, Suge Knight has a prison podcast.

“I’m coming for your number one spot, one of us a killer and the other one is not/ One of us the realest and the other one a fraud,” Katt raps.

He continues: “You heard the interview on ‘Club Shay Shay,’ I gave ’em all a payday/ I’m still going fucking viral so who care what the haters say/ Ludacris, you must be out your rabid ass mind/ You made a rap song but, n-gga, you ain’t say I’m fucking lying.”

You can listen to the freestyle at the 19:25 mark:

In the words of the late Rodney King, "Can't we all just get along?"

(Probably not.)

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