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Ludacris fires back at comedian Katt Williams in new freestyle: "Check ya temperature"

Screenshots of Ludacris spitting a freestyle.
Ludacris fired back at Kat Williams in a freestyle he posted Thursday. (Instagram/ludcacris)

Ludacris has fired back at Katt Williams after the comedian took aim at the rapper's acting career and wife in an interview with Shannon Sharpe.


Williams recently joined NFL legend Sharpe on his podcast "Club Shay Shay" where he took aim at everyone from Diddy to Steve Harvey to Kevin Hart.


Ludacris too found himself in Williams' firing line, with the stand-up legend claiming Luda was handed his roles in the "Fast & Furious" movie franchise because he made a deal with the Illuminati.


"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." said Williams. "So it was both of us, we were equal."


He added. "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."


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


Williams went on to call Luda's wife, Eudoxie Mbouguiengue, "ugly."


On Thursday, Luda, who has appeared in seven of the 11 "Fast & Furious" movies, hit back at Williams the way he does best – with a freestyle.


Spitting over Kanye West's "Devil In A New Dress," Luda rapped: "Never been Illuminati, only Ill-Luda-nati."


"You never have to flex when you earned every one of your 'Fast & Furious' checks," he continued.


The "Get Back" rapper concluded his freestyle by rapping: "Afro with the sideburns, yeah that's my signature / Addictions on the rise, comedians check ya temperature."



Kevin Hart also hit back at Williams following his interview with Sharpe.


Williams took multiple digs at Hart throughout the interview.


"In 15 years in Hollywood, no one in Hollywood has a memory of going to a sold-out Kevin Hart show, there being a line for him, ever getting a standing ovation at any comedy club," Williams said of his comedy peer.


Williams later said that many of Hart's movies had been offered to him first but he declined them because the scripts were too "homosexual."


"It's interesting, but I wouldn't change it for the world," he said. "Again, I'm on the winning side of these decisions."


Following Williams' "Club Shay Shay" appearance, Hart took to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, to react.


"Gotta get that anger up outcha champ….It's honestly sad," Hart wrote.



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