Leslie Jones calls out Kevin Hart for fake female support

Comedienne Leslie Jones is living her best life and not about to go back and forth with Katt Williams and Kevin Hart and their ongoing verbal fisticuffs about who helped her career the most.

In fact, the Saturday Night Live cast member had a few choice words for them after Hart appeared on the Breakfast Club and went off on Williams for shading Tiffany Haddish and her road to success. As he was defending Haddish, Hart made mention of several female comedians, including Jones, nothing that Williams failed to help further their career.

“Shoutouts to Melanie Comarcho, shoutouts to Luenell, shoutouts to Leslie Jones, who are all underneath the umbrella of Katt Williams. Katt Williams, have you ever used your platform to f*cking bring the people that were under you up? You haven’t,” Hart said Friday.

Jones slammed Hart, saying that he had ample opportunity to help her rise but refused because he didn’t think she’s ever make it, Bossip reports.

“None of those n***as put me on or any woman,” Jones told Bossip. “What did [Hart] do to put women on? He didn’t help females [if] they wasn’t on his tour."

Jones said it was Chris Rock and comedian Neal Brennan, who she added is white, who gave her a shot.

“At least Katt put me on his tour. Kevin could have put me on a long time ago but he never respected me or my comedy ... Both Kevin and Katt was the same to women, like all these n***as in this game. Sh*tty. And still is.”

Jones then defended Williams’ efforts toward helping her and said Hart told her that she didn’t have a chance.

“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 ... told me one time I would never make it.”

"So nobody is telling the truth," she continued. "Everyone need to shut the f*ck up! Before I tell whats really real! And they all know I know. I haven’t said sh*t about anyone and if I do I keep it real and respectful and honest."