Katt Williams: “I Turn Tragedy Into Comedy”
… hotel in a bathrobe, leading to a report that family members had Williams involuntarily committed for a psychiatric evaluation.
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The next few years would find Williams in a number of headlines, many of them not good. From arrest after arrest, the talented comedian seemed to be in a bit of downfall.
Friends and collaborators still have trouble wrapping their heads around how this behavior fails to resemble the Katt they know.
“I continue to be surprised whenever I hear there’s another incident,” says Friday After Next director, Marcus Raboy. “He has a brilliant mind, and it is a blessing and a curse. If it’s not working 100 percent for you, then it’s working 100 percent against you.”
Katt told Ebony magazine in April 2013, “The only thing that keeps me afloat is that other than death, anything they bring toward me, I’m going to turn it into comedy.”