Kevin Hart responds to Katt Williams on NBA Unplugged

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Kevin Hart has some jokes.

On ESPN's “NBA Unplugged” alternate show chronicling the Knicks' win over the 76ers on Friday night, Hart appeared on the show and was talking about the game when the conversation veered toward fellow comedian Katt Williams.

On Wednesday's episode of the “Cub Shay Shay” podcast with host Shannon Sharp, Williams took plenty of shots at Hart.

“In his 15 years in Hollywood, no one in Hollywood remembers a sold-out Kevin Hart show where there was a line for him, a standing ovation at any comedy club,” Williams said in the nearly three-hour show. “He already had his deals.” When he got here.”

Although Hart appeared to address the comments in a post on

Kevin Hart tried to have some fun at Katt Williams' expense.
Kevin Hart tried to have some fun at Katt Williams' expense.

He jokingly listed some “fun” facts about Williams, some of which relate to the Knicks.

“Another fun fact about the New York Knicks, I don't know if you guys know this, but Katt Williams bought the Knicks, and it's rumored that he got the Knicks back, and he brought them back with a receipt,” Hart said. “He's the first person to ever do that. He bought them for 15 days and brought them back. That's another fun fact about the New York Knicks.”

Hart added that Williams “played” for the Knicks.

New York Knicks' Jalen Brunson, 11, tries to pass Patrick Beverley of the Philadelphia 76ers during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Friday, January 5, 2024.
Jalen Brunson tries to pass Patrick Beverley during the Knicks' 128-92 win over the 76ers. AP

As the live broadcast of the Lakers-Grizzlies pregame ended, Hart made another joke at Williams' expense, this time involving Ja Morant.

“Another well-known fact is that Kat was shot down [Morant] Hart said. “He gave him a ride.”

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Whether this will crush or ignite the beef, only time will tell.

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