Oprah CONFRONTS Katt Williams After He Exposes How She REALLY Got Famous (+Video)

Oprah CONFRONTS Katt Williams After He Exposes How She REALLY Got Famous

Alright, gather ’round, folks, ’cause we’ve got a front-row seat to some serious celebrity drama!

It looks like there’s a full-blown feud going on between Oprah Winfrey and Katt Williams. The heat turned up when Oprah started throwing threats around, hinting at making life pretty rough for Katt. Why? Well, Katt didn’t hold back – he spilled the beans and exposed Oprah, claiming she’s in cahoots with the big shots in Hollywood.

Now, anyone who knows Katt Williams knows he’s not one to back down from a fight. Nope, he’s in it for the long haul. Katt’s hitting back, not just with words but with a promise – he’s ready to spill even more hot tea about Oprah.

Watch video below:

The goal? Taking her down, plain and simple. This whole situation is turning into a real rollercoaster, and you don’t want to miss a single twist and turn. So, buckle up, because we’re about to dive deep into the chaos that’s unfolding between Oprah and Katt Williams. This feud is on the verge of getting downright intense!

Why is Everyone Hating on Auntie Oprah These Days? We Think We Know.

Photo: Frederic J. Brown (Getty Images)

Photo: Frederic J. Brown (Getty Images)

What’s really going on with Auntie Oprah Winfrey as of late?

There was a time not very long ago when she was infallible among Black folks – the unproblematic interviewer and entertainer behind so much of our beloved content. But her image has taken a bit of a nosedive in recent times.

Drop her name in the search of the erstwhile Twitter and you’ll see top tweets exploring what people assume was a deceitful relationship with the late Michael Jackson. Scroll down further and you’ll see several tweeting some version of “Oprah has always been an awful person” who is finally getting her “just desserts.”

Much of the criticism of Winfrey involves a retroactive look at her interview style, as she hails from a talk show era in which celebrities were grilled about topics most mainstream interviewers wouldn’t touch in 2024.

She went unfavorably viral in 2021 for an unearthed 2003 interview with Dolly Parton in which Winfrey asked her pointed questions about her plastic surgery. That moment prompted actress Rose McGowan, one of the progenitors of the #MeToo movement, to come at her neck in a now-deleted tweet.

McGowan referenced Winfrey’s relationship with disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein and her abandonment as producer of a high-profile documentary documenting Russell Simmons’ $exual abuse accusers.

“I am glad more are seeing the ugly truth of @Oprah. I wish she were real, but she isn’t. From being pals with Weinstein to abandoning & destroying Russell Simmon’s [sic] victims, she is about supporting a sick power structure for personal gain, she is as fake as they come. #lizard.”

Though she’s publicly denounced her former homie, Winfrey’s connection to Weinstein – who will likely die in prison for his host of $exual abuses – has dogged her for years: In 2018, singer Seal accused Winfrey of knowing about his misdeeds and doing nothing.

“Oh I forgot, that’s right…..you’d heard the rumours but you had no idea he was actually serially assaulting young stary-eyed actresses who in turn had no idea what they were getting into. My bad,” he wrote in a deleted post. “When you have been part of the problem for decades, but suddenly they all think you are the solution.”

Winfrey’s philanthropic efforts, and her general spirit of giving, are well documented. But even that caught a bit of static last September when she and the Rock — with their combined net worth of well north of $3 billion — asked the proletariat to contribute to the Maui wildfires while only (allegedly) kicking in $10 million of their own dough.

The comments section in their request video turned into such a dumpster fire of criticism that it was turned off.

Sure, TikTok videos should always be taken with the finest grain of salt. But the sheer number of views connected to her unfavorable videos and the comments within them suggest that folks have been tired of Winfrey for years and have been looking for their moment to express it.

Unlike many of her 1980s and 1990s talk show contemporaries – many of whom we no longer discuss – Winfrey has only grown in influence and wealth throughout the years: Her billionaire-with-a-B status puts her in a rarefied air – one that might allow her to deviously pull some behind-the-scenes strings that the public will never know about. There’s a reason that a search for “Oprah Winfrey Illuminati” produces a healthy number of results.

Secret societies aside, Katt Williams said it best on his explosive Club Shay Shay interview: When you’re a billionaire, you can do what you want. Winfrey might just be a billionaire before she’s a Black woman – and folks are finally catching up.

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