News: Suge Knight & Katt Williams Throw Punches In Massive Brawl
Saturday, Dec 29, 2012 3:53PM
Former Death Row Records owner Marion "Suge" Knight and comedian Katt Williams are reportedly responsible for fleeing the scene of a brawl they started last night (December 28) in Los Angeles.
According to reports, a physical altercation took place heading into the weekend involving both entertainers.
On Saturday, December 29, Williams, who was fresh from jail, was spotted outside Hollywood club Eden with Knight. Something bad went down between Knight and a bunch of people. While Knight settled his problem, Williams walked a few feet away behind the dumpsters. However, things escalated as Knight threw a punch at someone. Williams fled the scene when someone chased him. He went into a white SUV that was driven by Knight. The car almost knocked some people out when it left the parking space. (Ace Showbiz)
A man has since come forward to claim he got hit by Knight but placed the blame on Williams.
TMZ caught with up a guy who says he was hit by Suge ... and had the limp to prove it. The guy didn't seem upset with Suge, but he was PISSED OFF at Katt, telling us, "Katt Williams is a punk. You talk sh*t and run? You a punk .. You taking all that sh*t, and you talk about you all that, and you run? Because of you, I got hit by the car!" The guy also says he wants Katt to pay his medical bills ... but we don't think he should wait by the phone. (TMZ)
Just last week, Katt and Suge reportedly ran into police problems together.
Repeat offender Katt Williams was detained by LAPD in front of a West Hollywood Subway last night in response to an alleged disturbance at the foot-long purveyor. Much to the reassurance of public safety, the cops later released the comedian, handing him back his marijuana and a .45 caliber pistol after determining that he was only loitering while his manager, Suge Knight, got a manicure next door. For their troubles, a Subway employee brought the twosome free sandwiches and denied any incident took place. (Grub Street Los Angeles)
Back in November, the rap mogul got spotted helping Williams out of a jam in Oakland.
Williams stopped his show about 10 minutes in and began a rambling freestyle to the dismay of the crowd, who began to loudly boo him. Becoming extremely angry at someone who was heckling him, Williams stepped off of the stage and dared the man to meet him backstage. Security quickly surrounded him, and Suge Knight, the mastermind behind Death Row records, can be seen trying to get him to return to the stage. When that didn't work, Suge picked him up and made him calm down. (News One)