Remember that time Katt Williams led Sacramento police on a chase while he was driving a 3-wheel motorcycle? For civilians that would probably mean jail time, but for the troubled comedian it means a lot of community service.
Katt was in court today, where he pled down to misdemeanor evading police … stemming from the wild three-wheeled chase he led cops on last November. Katt had originally been charged with felony evading police … but prosecutors agreed to reduce the charge. As part of the deal, Katt was sentenced to 428 hours of community service to be completed in 9 months — but no jail. Katt’s attorney Richard Schonfeld tells us, “Mr. Williams looks forward to working with the community and moving on with his life.”
Recently, while promoting Scary Movie 5, Williams said he was wants his crown back after Mike Epps said Kevin Hart has become a star in his absence. That and the bizarre behavior fans witnessedf from Williams late last year that included him pimp slapping a Target employee and generally acting up while performing on stage.
There appears to be no easier way to get people to go against one another, than on Twitter. Mike Epps used the website to blast Kevin Hart over the weekend, opening the door for a truckload of insults thrown back in his direction. Over the last year, Hart has seen his career take off. Aside from co-starring in the multi-million box office hit, Think Like A Man, the father of two has a hit show on BET, made an appearance on Modern Family, and plans to release a comedy film this summer. Even with all those accolades, Epps doesn’t believe the Philly native would be successful had Katt Williams not gone a-wall. “MAN IF KATT WILLIAMS WOULDN’T HAVE FLIPPED OUT IT WOULD NOT BE NO KEVIN HART,” he wrote. After that, he called Hart “gay,” and likened his face to a “drunk pug.” Hart finally caught wind of the Twitter jabs and went in for the kill. “I just checked my twitter timeline & noticed that
@TheRealMikeEpps Has been talking sh-t,” he replied. “Operation destroy u is now in session.” Using the word “destroy” may have been a little ambitious on Hart’s part but he did land a few punches like this quip: Yo @TheRealMikeEpps is one bad movie away from doing SCHOOL PLAYS!!!” Ouch. Nothing like two grown men play fighting each other on Twitter over absolutely nothing.
Just because he allegedly squashed beef with Snoop Dogg does not mean Suge Knight isn’t up to his old tricks. Not one but two bench warrants have been issued in California for the Death Row Records founder’s arrest.
TMZ got the scoop:
Suge was SUPPOSED to be in court Thursday … regarding two cases — one from 2011 and one from 2012 — when cops busted him driving on a suspended license … of all things. He was sentenced to 3 years unsupervised probation for one of the incidents. The other was still pending. But now, a rep for the L.A. County Superior Court tells TMZ … Suge was a NO-SHOW at a recent court date for both cases. We’re told the judge immediately issued two bench warrants — one for $5,000 and the other for $30,000 — which means cops can arrest the music exec on sight.
While the Death Row glory days are long gone, Knight’s current gig is managing troubled comedian Katt Williams. Missing court dates isn’t the best example to give his comedian client, who has had well documented issues with the authorities himself. Also, last year, Knight threatened to “beat the dog sh-t” out of Rick Ross since the Maybach Music Group rappers rolls with Sean “Diddy” Combs.
While performing on stage in Los Angeles Williams, who has had a string of recent run-ins in the street and on stage, said that Foxx was sleeping with one of his male artists. “Who’s gay? Jamie Foxx,” said the comedian. “I can even tell you the name of the dude he f**ked. His name is Marcus Anthony; he’s the only dude signed to Jamie Foxx’s label.” His verbal assault continued with a condemnation of the slave western “Django Unchained” and Foxx’s decision to take the lead role.. “They offered me the script and I said any n*gga that does this deserves to die…and the next thing I heard Jamie Foxx was in make-up. The attack on Jamie Foxx seems to stem from a conflict in 2008 where Katt Williams was trading insults with Steve Harvey and Foxx took sides on his radio show. Watch the clip below. via:TheUrbanDaily