Kevin Hart inserted himself into Katt Williams and Tiffany Haddish recent beef.
Hart appeared on “The Breakfast Club” on Friday alongside Haddish and slammed Williams for attacking his “Night School” co-star in a radio interview labeling her a less-than comedian.
“My frustrations with Katt Williams come from, you keep pointing at Hollywood. Hollywood this. The white man,” complained Hart, 39. “This, this, and this. When do you take responsibility for your actions?”
Williams, who has 19 felonies to his name, has had a rocky few years in the spotlight.
“You had the shot!” Hart said passionately while defending Haddish. “You were the guy! You were set up to be the star. You didn’t show up to work! You f—ked off promo shoots! You f—ked off your promo trips. You became a risk to the studios, which is why the studios stopped f—king with you.”
Hart claimed Williams, 47, chose bad behavior over success and it’s the reason why he’s bringing down other comedians.
“He chose drugs,” Hart stated. “Take responsibility for what you chose and say, ‘You know what, I gotta fix me and I’ma come back and stand up for comedy.’”
Throughout the interview, Hart explained he’s used his position as a top comic to create opportunities for rising talent — like Haddish.
“So when you say Tiffany Haddish doesn’t deserve or isn’t really a comedian and these other women have worked hard, which they have,” Hart said. “Katt Williams, have you ever used your platform to f—king bring the people under you up? You haven’t! So because you haven’t, don’t s–t on those that are!”
Hart drove home his point, as Haddish sat quietly, saying top comics like Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and George Lopez have not complained about rising stars.
“The reason why is because they’re happy with themselves,” Hart said. “Don’t blame everybody else for your s–t.”
Although Williams did slam Haddish, the two appeared to have made amends. On Monday, they both won Emmys and posed for photos together.
Haddish said Williams did apologize for his statements though.