Comedian Katt Williams certainly made a lasting impression while in Seattle this past weekend. He was a no-show at the Paramount Theatre on Thursday, he hit a fan in the head during a live show Friday, was arrested on Sunday, and was kicked out of a hotel room on Monday.
This guy’s on a roll.
As fans waited to see Williams perform at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre they became antsy after the emcee told them he was in the building, but then later said he had been stopped by police. Regardless of why, he never showed. Fans were livid.
He showed up for Friday night’s show and hit a fan in the head with his microphone after he spotted the man, in the third row, recording his performance. ”He came down past the third row to the fourth row exactly behind where I was and smacked me in the head with the microphone,” says Carlos Castro, who plans to sue Katt Williams over the incident. A handful of other fans also claim they were involved in an altercation with Williams after they tried to take photos with the performer.
Saturday went without incident, imagine that, but on Sunday Katt Williams was again in trouble. At the World Sports Grille in the South Lake Union area Katt became belligerent and waved a pool cue like a weapon at the bar’s manager. He was also involved in a fight with some customers and followed them outside as they went to leave. He flicked a burning cigarette inside the car’s window at a female, hitting her below the eye. He then threw a rock at the car.
Police arrived around 2:30PM and had a hell of a time getting custody of him, but they did, and they promptly arrested him and hauled him into the clink where Sug Knight bailed him out.
As if that wasn’t enough excitement, on Monday night Katt was kicked out of the South Lake Union Marriott after hotel guests complained about marijuana smoke and incense coming from his room.
Since all this crap went down, a local news station KOMO 4 has spoken with Katt who says he’s had it, and he’s going to announce his retirement from comedy. Watch the crackhead for yourself:
Katt is trying to turn this around on the city of Seattle and he plans to sue for $50 MILLION, saying Seattle ruined “his reputation as a father and a black man.”
I think you did that on your own buddy, good luck with that.
Dear Katt, screw you and the crackhorse you rode in on. – Love, Seattle.