With all the attention in the entertainment world being on Katt Williams presently, he is continuing to make moves and shock audiences as he prepares for his tour. The latest revelation from Katt is an upcoming album by slain rapper, Tupac Shakur.
The controversial comedian appeared on Suge Knight’s ninth episode of his “Collect Call” podcast that he is doing from prison. Knight is serving a 28-year sentence after placing a plea of no contest to a charge of voluntary manslaughter after he was involved in a fatal hit-and-run incident in 2015. In the current episode, which was released on Tuesday, Jan. 16, Katt revealed plans to release a posthumous album by the Death Row recording artist.
During the conversation, Knight mentioned the various projects that have been done on Tupac, even bringing up an unreleased “failed” project by Eminem. The co-founder of Death Row Records stated that Katt cared for Tupac and led with the question: “What you got going on with some of those unreleases with ‘Pac, sh**, you got me excited. The different people you said you’re gonna put on there. I don’t wanna let the cat out the bag but, you know, it’s unbelievable.”
Katt then said that there would be eight guests on the album, the “only the best of the best.”
Knight brings up one of the guests slated to appear on the album: “I heard Cardi B on the project with you, is that true?”
To which Katt admits is true: “Absolutely.”
Suge concludes the discussion by stating: “I always say she’s the female version of Tupac.”
Katt replies: “We love Cardi B. She’s going to mix with him nicely. Everybody that’s on it is a piece of him, in a way, so, it will bring it all together.”
Katt has been the hot topic of discussion ever since he appeared on Shannon Sharpe‘s podcast, “Club Shay Shay” where he spoke his truth about many topics specifically when he name-checked several known comedians that started an uproar. A lot of defending from Cedric the Entertainer, Kevin Hart, Michael Blackson, and even a response from “Fast & Furious” rapper, Ludacris.
Katt Williams Reveals Upcoming Tupac Album