Katt Williams Thoroughly Exposes the Satanic Entertainment Industry in Bombshell Interview

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from Vigilant Citizen:

In a bombshell interview, Katt Williams held nothing back. He named names and he thoroughly exposed the dark side of the entertainment industry, which he calls “Satan’s playground”. Here’s a look at this now viral interview in which he mentions the Illuminati, ritual sacrifices and the reason why so many black comedians end up wearing dresses.

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The least one can say is that Katt Williams started 2024 with a bang. In a lengthy interview with Shannon Sharpe, Williams explained why specific comedians get most Hollywood roles while others are ignored by the industry. And he words such as Satanic, rituals, and Illuminati.

It is not the first time that Katt got real about the industry. In a 2013 interview, Williams stated:

“We are against the Illuminati at our own detriment. When people are against the Illuminati, they get punched in the face all the time, the press hates them and nobody likes them.”

In the years that followed, Williams was involved in all kinds of strange, humiliating events and often received bad press. In fact, in a bizarre twist of fate, he was literally punched in the face by a teenager in a humiliating video that immediately went viral. Also, he got arrested and jailed several times for petty crimes while notorious rapists such as Diddy remain free. Would that happen to him if he was on the “right side” of the industry?

While Williams has been touring for decades while amassing a massive fanbase, he was never helped by industry moguls. He is the owner of his tours, he manages every aspect of them and he gets nearly zero mass media promotion. In his own words, he was never funded by “them” because that requires … a sacrifice. However, in his own words again, he got close enough to the industry to understand how it truly functions.

In short, Williams is clearly not afraid of being canceled (he’s already been canceled like 20 times) and, in this already legendary interview, he fired shots at the likes of Kevin Hart, Ricky Smiley, Ludacris, and Diddy for being industry sellouts or gatekeepers. On several occasions, he also quickly mentions some things that have massive implications. Here’s the interview.

If you don’t have three hours to spare, here are the most interesting parts of the interview.

Wear the Dress

When celebrities “expose” the industry, they’re usually vague and they never name names. But Katt Williams spent a couple of hours being very specific while naming a whole lot of names.

Right from the start, Williams attacked Ricky Smiley – a fellow comedian who co-starred with him in the movie Friday After Next. The first thing he mentioned about Smiley is that he dresses more often as a woman than he dresses as a man when performing.

Rickey Smiley as his recurring character Bernice Jenkins.

Throughout the interview, Williams highlights the fact that most of his fellow black comedians have worn a dress at one point or another in their careers. While this fact is not surprising for regular readers of this site, Williams’ observations caused many to take notice of this disturbing trend that has been going on for decades.

After Kat’s interview, several images showing black comedians in drag started circulating on social media.

With that being said, Katt Williams is far from the first to notice this trend. Over 20 years ago, Dave Chappelle went on Oprah and described how Hollywood tried to coerce him into wearing a dress. Here’s the video (notice Oprah’s face, she wasn’t comfortable with him discussing this).

With all of that being said, one can ask: What do they want these men to wear dresses? Well, it all comes down to an important agenda of the elite: The emasculation of society. In some ways, black comedians are cultural leaders and many look up to them as voices of their communities. Many of these comedians are exceptionally smart, strong, and charismatic. Therefore, the elite wants to put them in dresses, feminize them, and, ultimately, humiliate them.

Of course, black comedians are not the only targets of this agenda. As observed in countless previous articles, a ridiculous number of young male rappers have been parading around in dresses.

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