Photo Credit: Katt Williams' Twitter (@KattPackAllDay)

Photo Credit: Katt Williams’ Twitter (@KattPackAllDay)

Comedian Faizon Love appeared on the “Wanda Smith Show” on Atlanta radio station V-103 and dropped a bombshell about troubled comedian Katt Williams. Apparently, Love and Williams have had arguments since they both appeared together on a comedy tour. When the talk came to Katt’s behavior, Love had some choice words.

 Faizon Love (Photo Source: Faizon Love/Facebook)

Faizon Love (Photo Source: Faizon Love/Facebook)

“He’s sick. He’s something else. If he just came out of that ‘thang’ and be who he is … Come out of the closet. Know what I’m sayin’? Hit Peachtree [street] like a real one. He came to Atlanta for a reason. Just come out and say it, it’s all good. Look at Caitlyn Jenner, just do that. I just think that a homosexual man who doesn’t want to say he’s homosexual, you start taking it out on women … trying to fight kids at soccer matches..I mean who socks a kid…(Referring to Katt) I am homosexual but I can’t say it,” he said.

“How do you know that’s a fact?” asked host Wanda Smith.

Love responded, “Oh yes, yes, yes…He could have a new TV show on A&E or Bravo, ‘The Katt’s Tongue’ or something. Just imagine if him and Caitlyn Jenner did the show together. I’m telling you facts. There’s something on the internet where he trapped a little boy. I did not see him struggling to hard with that boy wrestling (referring to Williams’ viral video fight with a Georgia teen). He went down kind of easy, I’m just saying. I tell the truth.”

Apparently, Faizon may be onto something with Katt Williams and his behavior. Some men who struggle with their sexual identity tend to overcompensate with hyper masculine behavior. Katt often appears in public with sexy women at his side and his whole routine of the “pimp of comedy” may be at the root of a sexual identity crisis. The interview on V-!03 was filled with laughter but Faizon Love was quite serious about his claim that Katt Williams is gay.

Mo Barnes

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