Katt Williams can never be described as ‘stable’, but his downward spiral lately is continuing after he was dragged off stage by his own security while performing in Oakland.
The show reportedly started about an hour late and seven or eight minutes after Williams took the stage for his set, he “started acting weird,” taking off his shirt and sweating a lot.
After several minutes of telling some familiar jokes, he delivered a strange monologue, with no jokes, about God and spending time in Oakland.
Katt finally lost it when he started challenging a heckler to come onstage and fight him before a security guard then hauled Williams backstage, away from the stage’s edge.
Finally, Too Short and Suge Knight stepped in at the end explaining that Katt is on cocaine from Oakland and it was too much for him.
Is Katt finally hitting rock bottom?
seeing suge knight's name associated with katt williams is very sad imo. pls someone call dave chappelle because seems katt maybe up for a sacrificial exit into oblivion.
i feel it's more than drugs that's freaking katt out after listening to his onstange rant about God and other strange stuff.
as far as suge goes he has (alledgedly) linked to the death of two of the rap world's most influential rappers:
1. tupac shakur
2. biggie smalls
and not to mention how he dealt with:
- robert van winkle, aka: vanilla ice
suge seems to bring monster bad luck to every aspiring entertainer/artist he makes contact with.
plus he seems to be a master at creating self destructive paranoia upon those he chooses to dominate and control.
someone tell katt to "run." better yet someone close to him needs to intercede before there is no more katt williams imo.
but hey, maybe katt williams is not katt williams' worst enemy at this point. we all know katt's stage presentation in oakland was an abysmal fiasco and large failure!!!
[Edited 11/19/12 23:20pm]
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