Seems Katt Williams
leading Sacramento, California, police on a chase with his three-wheel
motorcycle wasn’t the only mischievous thing he did last Sunday. According to a
videotape obtained by TMZ, the troubled comedian, shortly after the
chase, slapped a Target employee.
The video, which has no sound, shows Williams confronting a male employee who
seemed to be trying to explain himself (from the way he places his hand on his
chest). Then Katt suddenly slapped the employee’s face. Afterward, the video
shows the guy pulling out his phone to call the police.
Before the police arrived,
Williams reportedly left the scene (and the building) in an electric cart. Once
outside, he then got off of the electric cart and hopped back on his three-wheeled motorcycle.
He was not arrested. A representative for the Yolo County District Attorney's
office says the case is currently under review and that charges have not yet
been filed against the comedian.
No statements have been made by Target or Williams.
This has been a busy couple of
months for the funnyman. Last week he was arrested in Oakland after getting into
a fight at a club. Last month Williams was detained after pulling a gun on actor Faizon Love
.Tyga Admits Wealthy Upbringing in Leaked Video
Young Money rapper Tyga
has apparently been getting money since he was even younger than we thought. The
23-year-old rapper, who is often reported as being from Compton, actually grew
up in the Valley, where his parents drove a Range Rover and a Mercedes Benz. The
news comes from Tyga himself in unaired footage via an aborted 2008 MTV game
show that was obtained by TMZ.
"Grew up not too tough. Parents got a Range Rover,
[Mercedes Benz] CL 600, doin' it big," Tyga says to the camera in the clip. "Not
too much hard, but I'm still street."
A cousin of Gym Class Heroes rapper
Travie McCoy, Tyga released his debut album at the age of 18 and signed
to Young Money in 2009. In numerous interviews, he has identified himself as
being from Compton, the same gritty L.A. exurb that birthed N.W.A.,
Game and, most recently, Kendrick Lamar.
In the nixed MTV
show, called Busters, Tyga competed with other aspiring rappers in silly
game show competitions such as "Name That Grill" and "Real or Frontin'," in
which contestants were challenged to determine whether a blinged out piece of
jewelry was real or fake. During a freestyle competition where he was required
to use key words, Tyga was booed off the stage.
Trey Songz Reacts to NFL Murder-Suicide
As the families of Kansas City
Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher and his girlfriend, Kasandra
Perkins, attempt to pick up the pieces following the tragic murder-suicide on Saturday [December 1], R&B star
Trey Songz is clearing his name from reports that the couple fought soon
after Perkins returned home from a Songz concert.
The "Successful" singer took to his Twitter page to react to the incident and
deny any alleged ties.
"I don't delete tweets, nor am I
insensitive to death. I had no knowledge of the murder/suicide incident until
now & even still...," tweeted the R&B star. "As sad as it may be,
it has nothing to do with me. Sending prayers up to the families and friends of
the people involved."
Rumors are circulating that Perkins was having an
affair with Songz, which sent her boyfriend into a rage. There's no confirmation
whether or not a relationship with the singer played a role in the
News of the shocking tragedy rocked the NFL community early Saturday morning.
The 25-year-old NFL player murdered his girlfriend (the couple have a
3-month-old baby girl together) after the two argued. Shortly thereafter,
Belcher traveled to the Chiefs facility and then killed himself in front of team
general manager Scott Pioli and head coach Romeo Crennel.
Investigators and loved ones are still coping with the tragedy.
On Sunday the Chiefs defeated the Carolina Panthers in a game that left
players and coaches physically and emotionally spent.
The 106 & Park host and rapper in the upcoming film
Wow gets a chance to showcase his dramatic side in the new military
drama Allegiance. The movie tells the story of Lieutenant Danny Sefton
(Seth Gabel), who is given a questionable transfer that allows him to
stay stateside while his National Guard unit is deployed to Iraq.
Danny gets the challenge of his
career when he must face off with Specialist Chris Reyes (Bow Wow). Chris is
spearheading an AWOL attempt, which puts Danny in the middle of an impossible
triangle. He must choose between the departing soldier, his fiancé and
Allegiance will be available via Video on Demand on December 6 and
will arrive in theaters in limited release on December 28.