Some nights things just don’t go your way and for Katt Williams that happened in Denver yesterday.
The comedian apparently started his show at the Wells Fargo Theatre by rapping when a fan approached the stage and started heckling him.
Katt can be seen on tape exchanging words with the heckler before getting back on the mic.
“I just got diverted by this gentleman,” he told the audience. “He says I’m only doing this rap sh*t because I’m not funny. So I’ll stop right now and re-introduce myself and tell some jokes. I guess I’ll start with twenty minutes on this f*ck n*gga. And then I’ll go into the regular jokes.”
Katt then hops into the crowd to go after the heckler, but was stopped by security.
When the comedian makes his way back to the stage he goes into a tirade.
“You better be glad the police helped you,” he said. “You don’t heckle at a comedy show. You’re a p*ssy! You’re a p*ssy!. I’m allowed to say that, I’m still performing. Aha the police stopped me. How funny. Wow. Wow…. That’s just how Malcolm X got shot. Ol’ p*ssy a$$ n*gga.”
The crowd started to lose patience at that point with some yelling for a refund.
“I was supposed to have E-40 and Too Short on this show, but I didn’t think it would motherf*cking work, so I wanted to see. And I was f*cking right as f*cking usual,” Katt said, continuing his diatribe. “So now, when I go to San Diego and you hear that New Edition, E-40, Too Short and Xzibit came out on my show, you, Denver, will be able to say, ‘What happened?’ And why it didn’t went down the way it should have went down.”
With the crowd now booing him loudly, Katt promised they would all get their money back and stormed off stage.
“Here’s the great news. Everybody in this show gets their money back. Everybody, everybody, everybody, everybody, everybody. Good night!”