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Steve Harvey Warns About Deceptive Individuals Amid Katt Williams’ Accusations of Material Theft from Other Comics

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Veteran entertainer Steve Harvey has broken his silence on the recent Katt Williams interview, subtly dismissing Williams’ claims and cautioning against deceptive narratives.

Katt Williams made headlines with his appearance on Shannon Sharpe’s podcast, Club Shay Shay, where he accused fellow comedians, including Steve Harvey, of stealing material. Williams specifically alleged that Harvey borrowed the concept for his 1996 TV show, “The Steve Harvey Show,” from Mark Curry’s 1992 sitcom, “Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper.”

In response to Williams’ accusations, Harvey initially remained quiet. However, a few days later, he shared a video on dealing with haters on “Family Feud,” with the caption, “You don’t have to address your haters.” Harvey also indirectly addressed the situation on his “Steve Harvey Radio Show,” cautioning listeners about deceptive storytelling.

During the radio show, Harvey advised, “Be careful when you hear something that’s laid out to be the truth… There are some people who know how to lie so well, they know how to sprinkle in just enough truth and wrap it inside their lies, where they got you thinking someone is telling the truth.”

He concluded by urging everyone to beware of such individuals who skillfully blend truth and falsehoods. As of now, Harvey has not directly mentioned Katt Williams by name or made further comments on the matter.

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