Katt Williams made headlines last week after his radio interview with V-103's Wanda Smith went viral for reasons that were not the most positive.
Throughout the sit-down, the comedian trolled Smith for a significant amount of time and also notoriously went in on fellow comic Tiffany Haddish. Now that the chatter surrounding the conversation between the two has somewhat passed, many may think the topic is dead. However, Williams, himself, begs to differ, as he claims it intensified in the most unexpected way.
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Williams told the Gwinnett County police on Saturday night that Smith's husband, LaMorris Sellers, pointed a gun at him outside the Atlanta Comedy Theater in Norcross as a result of the incident with his wife.
The police report states, however, that Sellers claimed his gun had simply fallen out. He did admit to the officers, though, that he chased Williams into a nearby supermarket but did not proceed to point his gun at him.
This all comes on the heels of Williams mocking Smith's weight, her wig and her cooking skills in the interview that has since rocked the internet.
"I am not playing victim," Smith said of the interview. "I am not a jokester like that. I don't know how to do that. He did it. He won. It threw me off."
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