Jay Pharoah pulled his Katt Williams impression out of his vault of impersonations to defend his arrest on SNL’s “Weekend Update.”
Williams was arrested last month in Oakland, CA after getting in a heated argument with actor Faizon Love. He pulled a gun on “The Players Club” actor over a squabble over money. Even though it was unloaded it was enough to cause a scene for possible gun violation.
“My side of the story is that I was being a pimp, okay? A pimp always be pimping. That’s what he does boo boo,” Pharoah joked on “Weekend Update” with Seth Meyers.
“You see I am more than known in this industry as a crazy drugged up maniac. When I pulled a gun on that comedian I swear to god I was so high I thought I was giving flowers to a hippopotamus,” he said.
When asked why he carries a gun he jokingly replies with “Do you see how short I am Seth?”
Jay’s impersonation is pure comedy- nothing gets funnier than a comedian impersonating another comedian.
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The best of the gang films to be released in 1979 (the list includes THE WARRIORS, WALK PROUD, and BOULEVARD NIGHTS), THE WANDERERS is a strangely compelling film directed with flair by Philip Kaufman (INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS, THE RIGHT STUFF). While basically just a string of vignettes about a gang of Italian-American teenagers living in the Bronx circa 1963, the film has an air of authenticity, as if it episodes were based on adolescent recollections. The performances in the film are uniformly strong, with Wahl, the protagonist, showing a great screen promise he has never fulfilled (FORT APACHE, THE BRONX; and THE SOLDIER being dismal wastes of his talent)…
Released: 1979 Rated: R Length: 113 mins
A young Chicano gang member in Los Angeles comes to realize that the gang life is not what he really wants but doesn’t know how to get out.
Directed by Robert L. Collins.
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