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Caught on Cam: Comedian Katt Williams Involved in Onstage Brawl During Philly Hip Hop Concert

New videos have surfaced showing comedian Katt Williams in an onstage brawl during a Philadelphia rap concert Sunday night.

The incident occurred during a concert and birthday celebration for Philly hip hop artist Beanie Sigel at the Trocadero Theatre on Arch Street. Chester native and hip hop producer Jahlil Beats as well as New York rapper Jadakiss also performed during the event.

In a video obtained by NBC10, Williams, 44, is seen charging and tackling a person on stage. He is then attacked by several men before bodyguards break up the fight. No one was arrested in connection to the incident, according to TMZ. During the same event, Williams was seen in other videos dancing wildly and randomly doing pushups. A witness who recorded the fight told NBC10 the comedian was acting erratically the entire night.

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"He's in the back acting like he's driving a car," the witness said. "Everybody was like, 'What are you doing? Is this part of the show?' No it's not a part of the show so things like that are pretty abnormal. I can agree to say that." 

In another video posted on WorldStarHipHop(Warning: Explicit), Williams addresses "rumors" about the fight and claims that everyone he hit, "lost a piece of jewelry." 

Williams made headlines last month when he was arrested for allegedly punching an employee during an argument inside a Gainesville, Georgia pool supply store. He later claimed in a video obtained by TMZ that the employee called him the N-word.

Williams also insulted Philly comedian Kevin Hart during a recent comedy show, calling him a “puppet" and challenged him to a "comedy showdown." He later publicly apologized for his comments however.

Williams is a comedian and actor known for his roles in the films Friday After Next and Norbit as well as several standup comedy specials.

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