So it’s safe to say Katt Williams has had a rough couple of days. Between being arrested for punching a staffer at a Georgia supply store, to then getting jumped at a Beanie Siegel show in Philadelphia, Williams has been going through a lot.
Yet despite it all, one of Philly’s best Beanie Siegel has come to the comedian’s aid to deny Williams drug use, rumors the brawl began over a $300,000 debt over a car and to announce he’s no longer performing in Philadelphia again.
Fuck the speculation talk over stupid niggas dig this. @kattpackallday is far from any negative accolades you assholes want to attached to him. His turn up is just different. He don't need Molly cocaine or any other dumbass drug you stupid ass n***** think he on.. Katt got bread! So why would he have to settle a dice game debt with a car stupid. If he lost 300,000 to me it would have been in cash he got it. So no shit heads there was no dice game.. The man has a level of love and respect for me that he feels most who claim they do especially from my city don't show.. The car was a gift that was put in place days before him even coming to Philly for his show.. He drove tha car himself from Georgia to personally deliver it to me himself.. Now as for my show at the Troc who has the WORST! Security staff in the world.. I came there with my family only no goons or so called friends. " my wife my mother brother sisters and my 65 year old uncle who never saw me perform before. so for the level of disrespect that was shown to me my family and KATT I will never I mean NEVER do a show in Philadelphia again!!!!. A good friend of mine once told me "a wise man dont learn from his own mistakes he learns from the mistakes of others" … SOMEBODY SHOULD'VE LEARNED YOU !
Siegel, who just celebrated his 42nd birthday Sunday, said due to the poor security at the venue which put his family in danger and the events that led to the altercation with Williams, Philadelphia will no longer be a tour stop for him.
“I came there with my family only no goons or so called friends. My wife, my mother brother, sisters and my 65-year-old uncle who never saw me perform before. so for the level of disrespect that was shown to me, my family and KATT, I will never I mean NEVER do a show in Philadelphia again!