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Katt Williams Responds to Ludacris with Bold Freestyle of His Own

Katt Williams Fires Back with Ludacris Diss Freestyle on "Collect Call" Podcast
Katt Williams remains unapologetic after sparking controversy on the "Club Shay Shay" interview. The comedian took it a step further by releasing a diss freestyle directed at Ludacris during Suge Knight's "Collect Call" podcast. 

In the 19-minute conversation, Williams boldly challenges Luda's No. 1 spot, claiming one is a killer while the other is not, and labeling one as the realest and the other a fraud. The freestyle concludes with Williams expressing regret over the escalating conflict.
This recent development follows Williams' previous claims in the "Club Shay Shay" interview regarding Ludacris' alleged ties to a secret society, insinuating the rapper's success in the Fast & Furious series was influenced by these connections. 

The comedian disclosed details about an Illuminati event where both artists were invited, leading to a pivotal decision. Williams also made controversial comments about Ludacris' wife, Eudoxie Bridges.
So there was a crossroads where we were both invited to an Illuminati thing, and it had to be one or the other of us, and decisions had to be made. So it was both of us, we were equal. One of us had to cut off all their hair and couldn’t do the sideburn thing no more with the points. 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.

- Katt Williams

In response, Ludacris addressed the accusations through an Instagram post, asserting his hard-earned success and dismissing the need to flex. The rapper recited lyrics emphasizing his authenticity, highlighting his iconic afro with sideburns and referencing the challenges comedians face in the industry.

The ongoing feud between Katt Williams and Ludacris adds a new dimension with the diss freestyle, further fueling the tension between the two figures. The podcast moment, marked by Knight's laughter, indicates the continuation of this publicized conflict in the hip-hop world. As fans await further developments, the verbal sparring showcases the intersection of comedy and rap in a high-profile exchange.

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