Rickey Smiley SUES Katt Williams For Going After Him | Cedric The Entertainer NEXT?
Ricky Smiley and Kat Williams.
What began as a dispute over jokes and roles in the movie “Friday After Next” has taken a dark turn,
involving accusations, emotional breakdowns, and even legal threats.
The feud escalated when Cat Williams appeared on the Club Shay podcast to set the record straight on what he perceived as falsehoods circulating about him, particularly those propagated by Ricky Smiley, Cedric the Entertainer, and Steve Harvey. Williams described the trio as a “gang” and expressed his intention not to let their alleged lies slide.
The focal point of the dispute seems to be the roles in the movie “Friday After Next.” Williams contested Smiley’s version of events, particularly Smiley’s claim that the roles of Money Mike and The Crooked Santa Claus were switched from the original casting. According to Williams, Smiley was bitter about his role and even went as far as attempting to dictate the terms of their future collaborations.
The controversy took an unexpected turn when Cat Williams delved into a sensitive topic – the untimely death of Ricky Smiley’s son, Brandon Smiley. Williams seemed to allude to a long-standing conspiracy theory in Hollywood, suggesting that celebrities are asked to sacrifice loved ones to advance their careers. Despite Ricky Smiley’s public announcement that his son’s death was accidental, Williams questioned the circumstances and fueled speculation about ritualistic sacrifices.
The online community scrutinized Ricky Smiley’s reaction to his son’s death, with some expressing skepticism about his composed demeanor in the aftermath. Fans questioned Smiley’s return to work and social media just days after the tragic event, leading to speculations that went beyond grief and mourning.
Cat Williams, in his Club Shay interview, insinuated that Ricky Smiley’s emotional response to his son’s death might be linked to the alleged rituals in Hollywood, where sacrifices are believed to be made for success. This suggestion fueled further conspiracy theories among fans.
In response to the escalating feud, Ricky Smiley took to social media to deny any emotional breakdown linked to Cat Williams’ comments. He emphasized his resilience, stating that “nobody on Earth is going to break” him. Smiley also addressed the allegations made by Williams regarding the movie roles and denied any interest in pursuing legal action.
As the rift between the comedians continues to unfold, fans are divided in their opinions. Some criticize Cat Williams for spreading negativity and targeting fellow black comedians, while others see him as an expositor of truth, calling out alleged liars and frauds within the industry.
The comedy clash has become a serious matter, leaving fans wondering if legal action will be taken and if the rift between Ricky Smiley and Cat Williams will ever find resolution. In the unpredictable world of entertainment, only time will tell how this feud will play out.