Katt Williams Addresses Onstage Brawl at Beanie Sigel Show: 'All I Took Was W's Tonight'

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Katt Williams attends Rick Ross' 40th birthday celebration on Jan. 28, 2016, in Fayetteville, Georgia

Katt Williams created a spectacle Sunday night (March 6) at Philadephia's Trocadero Theater for Beanie Sigel's Top Shotta show, co-headlined by producer Jahlil Beats and featuring sets from rappers Jadakiss, Dave East, Chill Moody and singer Lil Mo.

 

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The comic (born Micah Williams) was seen freestyling, dancing and doing push-ups before taking a swing at a man, which launched a brawl onstage, according to TMZ, who caught the comedian's scuffle on camera.

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The fight footage comes after the 42-year-old entertainer made headlines for beefing with fellow funnyman Kevin Hart and allegedly punching a store clerk who taunted Williams and called him the N-word. Katt and his entourage were also accused of attacking and stealing the cell phones of five women in Atlanta for reportedly harassing him and filming him without consent and pointing a gun at the group.

A rep for Williams couldn't immediately comment about the onstage assault but confirmed the comedian's recent announcement that he will be retiring from stand-up. WorldStarHipHop was able to obtain a clip of Williams, though, speaking out following the incident.

"Now, Katt Williams, at his show at the Liacouras Center, said to the fans, it's getting to the point right now where you can't believe what you see or believe what you hear," he says in third-person, before smoking a cigarette and sipping Gatorade on a bus and flaunting his possessions. "All I took was W's in that club tonight."

Billboard has also reached out to a rep for Beanie Sigel for additional comment.

See Williams' retirement announcement and follow-up message on WSHH below.