Katt Williams’ latest Netflix stand-up comedy special, “Woke Foke,” has arrived, covering an extensive array of topics including reparations, Ozempic, his memorable Club Shay Shay appearance, and more.

The special was broadcasted live on Saturday night at the YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California. It showcased the legendary comedian’s performance, enriched with sound effects, music cues, and visual aids such as photos to enhance his jokes. Throughout his set, Williams took aim at various individuals, including Nick Cannon, Robert De Niro, Jamie Foxx, Da Brat, Trick Daddy, Tory Lanez, Lizzo, Oprah Winfrey, Gayle King, P. Diddy, and others.

In his opening remarks, Williams reflected on his controversial Club Shay Shay appearance where he criticized several peers and made claims about the entertainment industry. He emphasized his commitment to honesty with his fans, stating,

“I tried to be incog-Negro but thanks to Shannon Sharpe’s loudmouth ass, the gig is up. Everybody knows I’ll tell. But I don’t do no snitching! Y’all know my job. In my spare time I infiltrate the Illuminati. Look for their secrets. Run back. Tell y’all. And they’d kill me if they could, but I’m too fast, and the Lord keep blessing me.”

Regarding reparations, Williams argued that it was time for Black people to receive compensation, drawing a parallel to the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

“It is now time for Black people in America to get paid reparations for everything that them and their ancestors have been through in American history,” Williams proclaimed at the YouTube Theater. “Why now, Katt? Thanks for asking, white friends. I’ll tell you why now. And understand white friends, I don’t speak for all Black people. But I do speak for all n***as. And you are not supposed to know the difference.”

Williams further remarked,

“We just gave $100 billion to the Ukraine. And God bless the Ukrainians. But off the record? We don’t know them n***as like that! You could’ve given that money to Black people. The fuck? We done gave them all that money. The truth is they over there getting their ass whooped over there. You could have given that money to the Black people of Los Angeles, and they’d have gone over there and whooped their ass in two weeks.”

The trailer for the special is available now on Netflix.