Troubled comedian Katt Williams targeted actor and fellow comedian Jamie Foxx during a recent stand-up gig, alleging that the actor is secretly gay and blasting him for taking a role in the racially-charged flick "Django Unchained."
While performing at a show in Los Angeles Williams told the crowd that Foxx is gay, according to RumorFix. “Who’s gay? Jamie Foxx," said the comedian. "I can even tell you the name of the dude he f**ked. His name is Marcus Anthony; he’s the only dude signed to Jamie Foxx’s label.”
Williams continued with a tirade against Foxx. "F**k Jamie Foxx and the 'Django Unchained' check he cashed," he said. Adding, "They offered me the script and I said, 'Any n***a that do this deserves to die. And the next thing I heard, Jamie Foxx was in makeup."
Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" focuses on the story of a slave-turned-bounty-hunter (Foxx) who is freed from servitude and takes a job inflicting fierce revenge across the Deep South while searching for the wife who was separated from him and sold to a brutal plantation-owner. The N-word is used more than 110 times in the film.
“We knew we had to go to a bad place and when I talked to black people about the film and they say they were bothered by the N-word, I said, ‘It’s supposed to, it’s supposed to bother you. Those horrific things that happened to us, is supposed to bother you,’” Foxx told NBC News.
"Django" might not be the sole reason for Williams' rant against Foxx. The "9 Lives" comedian's issues with Foxx date back more than four years, when Foxx instigated an alleged feud between Williams and comedian Steve Harvey.
Williams' behavior has become increasingly erratic over the past few months. From a bizarre on-stage meltdown and a false retirement announcement, to multiple arrests and alleged assault, Williams has been terrorizing the West Coast since November.
On Thursday night, Williams was detained by police in West Hollywood after some sort of "disturbance" in a Subway storefront, TMZ reported. The comedian claims the incident was racially motivated.