Katt Williams on “Haters”

Disclaimer:  Tons of Profanity, Totally Inappropriate, 100% True, 100% Hilarious


If you haven’t seen this, you MUST.  If you don’t appreciate humor and profanity, steer clear.  And stop being offended so easily.

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  • Reply January 22, 2014

    Dominique Ellis

    This is so true. Haters don’t actually hate the person they hate that the person was able to achieve something they were not. In most cases it’s something the hater wanted but didn’t work hard or smart enough enough to get. It all boils down to people trying to build themselves up by putting others down. What hater feel to realize is that this has a negative affect on them and not the person they are hating on. If you wish to own an exotic car but when you see someone driving one and your thoughts are nice car but you also think what did that person do that was so great to deserve it or something negative; what you are doing is programming yourself to never have that. Why would your mind allow you to have something that when you see someone else with you have negative emotions. Answer is it won’t

    • Robbie Hendricks
      Reply January 22, 2014

      Robbie Hendricks

      Exactly right Dominique! And Katt just had a way of making fun of something so true, yet so sad about a lot of people.

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