I never heard of Katt Williams before. Apparently he's a comedian.
But he's not funny at all.
He's in the news for going off about Mexicans during a recent show in Phoenix, according to The Washington Post.
"If you love another country more than you love America, (expletive), then get the (expletive,)" the African-American comedian shouted at a Latino man in the audience.
He continued his rant.
“Do you remember when white people used to say ‘Go back to Africa.’? And we'd have to tell them we don't want to. So if you love Mexico, (expletive), get the (expletive) over there.”
He mocked the Latino man and his friends by singing the national anthem and also led the crowd in chants of "U.S.A., U.S.A.!"
"We were slaves, (expletive). Ya'll just work like that as landscapers!" he shouted.
Now Williams has apologized for his comments. But I don't buy that it's sincere.
Just watch the video below and you can see his venom. I don't know who would think that is funny. It's what I call racism.
As an African-American, I would expect Williams to be more sensitive to another ethnic group.
What's more disturbing is watching the audience react to Williams so called jokes. They howl with laughter. They just think he's hysterical.
"This ain't Mexico. It used to be Mexico (expletive) and now it's Phoenix!" Williams said to wild applause.
Maybe if they hadn't laughed so much, Williams would have shut up. I guess it's not surprising that it happened in Arizona.