Ludacris Hits Back At Katt Williams After The Comedian Accused Him Of Joining The Illuminati In Exchange For 'Fast & Furious' Success

After Katt Williams accused him of being a member of the Illuminati, Ludacris responded with a freestyle rap.

On Wednesday's "Club Shay Shay" podcast episode, Williams said that Ludacris joined the rumored secret group in exchange for movie success. He claimed that the actor was offered $200 million to appear in 20 films at $10 million each.

"'Fast & Furious' is on what number right now?" Williams questioned rhetorically, referring to the popular film franchise, which has spawned ten sequels and a spinoff film.

In reaction, in the early hours of Friday morning, Ludacris posted a freestyle video on X, formerly known as Twitter, rapping over Kanye West's "Devil in a New Dress."

"Never been Illuminati, only Ill-Luda-nati," raps Ludacris midway through the freestyle.

"You never have to flex when you earned every one of your 'Fast & Furious' checks," the rapper and actor adds.

Williams took jabs at Ludacris, Kevin Hart, and other Black celebs during an explosive conversation with former NFL tight end Shannon Sharpe on the "Club Shay Shay" podcast on Wednesday.

"We were both invited to an Illuminati thing," Williams claimed on the podcast of Ludacris. "It had to be one or the other of us, and decisions had to be made."

"One of us had to cut off all their hair and couldn't do the sideburn thing no more with the points," he went on to say. "And the next person, they said, was going to get $200 million because they were going to pay him 10 million a movie to do 20 movies."

"One of those people turned out to be Ludacris, and the other person turned out to be Katt Williams," he continued before mentioning the "Fast and Furious" trilogy.

Ludacris has appeared in seven of the eleven films, beginning with "2 Fast 2 Furious" in 2003.

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