It’s all a lie, according to the “Saturday Night Live” star.
The drama began after Hart blasted veteran comic Katt Williams during an interview on “The Breakfast Club” for his comments trashing comedienne Tiffany Haddish‘s career. In that same interview, Hart claimed Jones and Haddish were just two of the many female comics he helped “bring up” from under him.
Jones didn’t take too kindly to the assertion, slamming both Hart and Williams for trying to take credit for her success.
“Real talk, both of them ni**as need to keep my name out they mouth unless they using it to eat my p***y,” Williams allegedly told a Bossip source. “REAL TALK!1 None of those ni**as put me on ,or any woman. While [Hart] talking about Katt, what did he do to put women on? He didn’t help females. They wasn’t on his tour. F*CK THAT NI**A!!”
Jones, 51, acknowledged that Williams put her on his comedy tour but said Hart has never shown her the same level of support.
“Kevin could have put me on a long time ago but he never respected me or my comedy, she added. “Both Kevin and Katt was the same to women like all these ni**as in this game. Sh*tty. and still is. Women have never had it good. At least Katt put women on his tour or shows. How many shows back in the day didn’t have a woman on them. Kevin, that mf told me one time I would never make it.”
According to Jones, it was actually Chris Rock and Neal Brennan who put her on, giving her opportunities to break into the comedic industry. Even then, the comedienne said she still had to grind to get to the top.
“I still had To work my f***ing ass off to make it happen!!” said Jones. “So nobody is telling the truth! everyone need to shut the f*ck up!! Before I tell whats really real!! I haven’t said shit about anyone and if I do I keep it real and respectful and honest. What’s upsetting me is anybody SAYING ANYTHING!! … SHUT UP AND DO YOUR F***NG JOB!! Keep my name out your mouth I dont talk about any of you!!”