Comedian Katt Williams has had a busy past seven days.
After attempting to provoked Kevin Hart and challenging to a battle of any proportion, (freestyle, fighting, comedy, bake-off?), Williams rethought his actions and offered an apologized.
Katt’s moment of clarity appears was short-lived as an incident involving the comedian at Beanie Sigel’s concert in Philadelphia, acting up in all sorts of peculiar behavior.
Several videos captured the incident. A video from TMZ.com, showed him charging a man before he was knocked to the ground and kicked in the head by several onlookers.
Williams is also dealing with other incidents including himself and five women in Gainsville, GA accusing him of holding them at gunpoint after he agreed to take a photo with them but “became irate” after they begin filming video on March 2.
Just a day before that, Williams was charged with battery after allegedly punching a 54-year-old salesman at nearby Leslie’s Pool Supplies. Williams claimed the clerk was not only a racist but the aggressor in the incident.