Django Unchained when it opens on Christmas Day.
Williams has been skipping tons of comedy shows, but shot off a few jokes during a performance in Los Angeles, which including outing Jamie Foxx as being gay, and criticizing him for playing a gun-wielding slave in the film.
"I can even tell you the name of the dude he f--ked. His name is Marcus Anthony, he's the only dude signed to Jamie Foxx's label. "Dude told me I can bring him on the stage an air it out."
He also went in on Foxx for even considering the role in the Quentin Tarantino flick. "F--k Jamie Foxx and the Django Unchained check he cashed," the 39-year-old said. "They offered me the script and I said 'Any ni--a that do this deserves to die.' And the next thing I heard, Jamie Foxx was in makeup."
Boy, bye! Ain't nobody offering you a script for a real movie.
Foxx hasn't responded to Williams claims, but for what it's worth, in telling the story, the troubled comedian was way more coherent than he's been in recent weeks.
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