Who is Karlos Dillard? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Height, Instagram

Karlos Dillard Wiki – Biography

Karlos Dillard is the Seattle-based comedian who accused a woman of calling him the “n-word” and flipping him off following a road rage incident. Dillard posted the video to his Instagram page on June 22. Heavy has reached out to Dillard for comment on the video.

Dillard, who is Black, begins by calling the woman “Karen” while pursuing her in a car. “Karen” has become a meme, typically meaning an entitled and racist white woman. As the woman’s car pulls into a driveway, Dillard confronts the woman further. The woman begins crying immediately and can be heard saying that she has a Black husband. Dillard replies, saying, “I don’t care. Why did you flip me off?” The woman then says, “You are totally calling me things that I’m not.” The woman also said she has been to multiple Black Lives Matter marches, according to a passerby who talks to Dillard during the video.

Dillard tells a bystander that he felt as the woman became angry after he failed to signal at an intersection. Dillard tells the same bystander that he is a Postmates delivery driver.

Dillard is also an actor and comedian who lives in Seattle with his husband, Kris. On his Instagram page, Dillard writes in his bio section, “Using comedy to shine light into the darkness.” Dillard has more than 28,000 followers on the platform. That bio also promotes Dillard’s book, Ward of the State: A Memoir of Foster Care.

Dillard writes in the bio on his website about his upbringing in Detroit, Michigan, and says he moved to Seattle, Washington, “to find [himself].” Dillard adds, “I never knew that it would lead me to the journey I am on today. I am most known for my quick sassy remarks and being real no matter the situation.” Dillard also says he has done modeling work in Seattle. Dillard maintains an Instagram profile for his modeling headshots.

Karlos Dillard Age

Karlos Dillard is 27 years old.

Dillard Is Selling T-Shirts


Dillard tells the woman later in the video that he would not post the video on Instagram. At that point, the woman can be heard saying, “My heart is all about this movement.” The woman also says that she sped away from Dillard because he had his phone out and was recording her.

In the wake of his encounter going viral, Dillard has begun selling T-shirts that reference the incident. One T-shirt reads, “Karen… Are You Okay?” Another says, “Keep That Same Energy Karen.” When asked by a follower why he was selling T-shirts, Dillard said:

“I sure am because I was delivering Postmates while she tried to kill me with her car. White people have profited off black oppression and hurt generations so shall we. I’m also a comedian with a T-shirt company. The only thing weird about this is how she reacted.”


Another T-shirt that references the woman saying she has a Black husband during her encounter with Dillard. The selling page for that T-shirt includes the words, “Please if you have a black husband don’t tokenize them.”

Vote For Trump

In a July 2017 interview on 3 Black Guys With a Mic, Dillard said that he voted for Donald Trump. The episode is titled, “Karlos Dillard: The Black Gay Conservative Atheist Interview.” Dillard later told the same podcast that Trump “hasn’t done anything directly to black people, but his antics over the last three years have ignited so much ignorance.” According to Edward Champion’s blog on Dillard’s June 2020 encounter, Dillard also said in the interview, “I still think with my thing. I don’t think he has hurt small business and I don’t think he has directly affected black folks.”

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In the wake of the Karen incident of June 2020, Dillard posted a photo of himself wearing a red baseball hat with the words, “Make America Gay Again” written on it. Dillard wrote in part in the caption, “Try again trolls.”

When asked by an Instagram follower to prove that he didn’t say Philando Castile “didn’t do enough to not get shot,” Dillard asked the user to, “Prove I said it.” In July 2016, Philando Castile was shot dead by officer Jeronimo Yanez during a traffic stop in St. Anthony, Minnesota.

Dillard said in a January 2018 video that he had a concealed weapons license and that he occasionally carried his gun with him. In the same video, Dillard accuses a woman at an auto repair store of saying that he had threatened to shoot her.


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