In the most recent episode of his ESPN show, “NBA Unplugged with Kevin Hart,” actor and comedian Kevin Hart didn’t hesitate to make fun of the recent insults that fellow comic Katt Williams had thrown at him.

Hart couldn’t help but poke fun at Williams’ recent explosive appearance on the “Club Shay Shay” show while he and his co-hosts talked about the NBA game. Hart, playing with humour, made up a bunch of ridiculous and completely made-up “fun” facts about Williams to make fun of the “Friday After Next” star.

ARCLIGHT Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, California, on April 11, 2013, was the site of the Los Angeles premiere of “Scary Movie V.” Katt Williams was there.(Photo by WireImage user Jeffrey Mayer)
Hart also called Williams’ talk “horseshit” at another point in the show, making fun of one of Williams’ more ridiculous claims. Hart made a joke about Williams’ supposed college acceptance at age 7: “You lost me at you got a college offer at age 7.”

Later, Hart joked that Williams’s famous interview was like a show, enjoying the chaos that Williams’ comments caused. Kendrick Perkins, a sports reporter, made fun of Hart for not getting back at Williams. Hart laughed and said it was like watching a circus act.

Williams’s insults and claims against Hart, Cedric the Entertainer, Steve Harvey, and Rickey Smiley, among other celebrities and comedians, caused a big stir online. Williams had many complaints, and one of them was that Hart was a “industry plant” who used tricks to get ahead in his comedy career.

Hart didn’t hold back when he talked about Williams’ claims on his “NBA Unplugged” show. He used his own brand of humour to calm things down. This isn’t the first time the two comedians have fought in public. Hart criticised Williams for what he said about artist Tiffany Haddish and said Williams had a history of drug abuse.

In the ongoing feud between the two actors, Hart’s clever responses and lighthearted attitude show that he can handle problems with class and humour. Even though they are arguing, it’s clear that Hart is not offended by Williams’ insults because he chooses to laugh instead of getting angry.

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