Star comedian Katt Williams has found himself in a world of trouble over the last few weeks, including getting arrested for allegedly punching a store clerk–he laid face-down with his hands behind his back several minutes before police arrived–and causing a scene outside an Atlanta store, where he allegedly held five women at gunpoint and stole their cell phones. Unfortunately for the troubled Williams, it appears that tables turned last night in Philadelphia.
According to footage above and below, the comedian was on stage at a Beanie Sigel show in Philly, entertaining the crowd and carrying on with his usual Katt Williams dancing antics when, for reasons unbeknownst to the public as of the time of this writing, he charged at a nearby man on the stage, and punched him in the face. Though the YouTube footage isn’t continuous, it appears Williams’ attack led to him being jumped by several other people on stage, and in the commotion you can see Williams on the ground getting punched and kicked before the scuffle was broken up.
It’s been a rough month of March for Katt Williams, and hopefully he figures a way out of this tailspin.