[Video] Katt Williams Announces Retirement From Stand Up Comedy

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After several weeks of crazy behavior comedian Katt Williams has decided to put the mic away for good. It all started with very odd behavior at his Oakland show when he started a fight with an audience member. This odd behavior continued here in Sacramento when he took the cops on a “high speed” chase on K st. and then we found out that he slapped a Target employee right in the face for no reason. He then continued these crazy acts in Seattle where he was finally arrested on Sunday for harassment and assault at a local restaurant.

Surprisingly the day Katt Williams was kicked out of his hotel in Seattle a local TV station caught up with him as he proclaimed his retirement in comedy.

Katt added, “If they will accept our bid… I will take me and my whole staff on that boat because I still have a court date four days from now and can’t leave and I’ve been kicked out of four hotels in two days and I’ve been arrested by three different sets of officers four different times detained by two sets of officers, I can stay there [on the ferry] and my family can be there and my dogs can be there and my whole staff can be there until we get done suing Seattle for this $50 million that I want for crippling my reputation as a father and a black man and as a taxpaying citizen and as a person who is not a convicted felon.”

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