Katt Williams

AHH Stray News: Katt Williams Arrested, Lil Scrappy Beefs With Promoters, Bay Bay Gets Chained

(AllHipHop News) Comedian Katt Williams cannot avoid legal troubles. Williams was arrested for assault in Oakland last night (November 14). The incident occurred at a club named Kimballs Carnival, which is in East Oakland. Police were called to the scene and arrested Katt Williams, although he has yet to be officially charged. The incident is one in a string of events involving Katt Williams over the past 30 days. In October, Katt Williams was arrested for pulling a gun on actor Faizon Love in Hollywood, while his assistant filed a $5 million lawsuit against him, claiming he assaulted her and punched her in the face on October 6.

Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy narrowly avoided being arrested on Sunday, after a botched concert in Louisville, Kentucky. Lil Scrappy was supposed to perform at a nightclub named Club Vizion, but when he arrived at the venue, a dispute arose with the promoter, who could not pay the rapper. According to TMZ.com, Lil Scrappy agreed to do a meet and greet with fans, since the owner of the club paid him a small amount of money. When he went back to the hotel, his reservation had been canceled. According to reports, police were called in to assist Lil Scrappy’s removal, while the rapper claims he left voluntarily.

Shreveport, Louisiana native DJ Bay Bay has officially been welcomed into Rick Ross is Maybach Music Group. As reported last week, DJ Bay Bay inked a deal with Rick Ross, which will allow him to sign and develop new talent under his own company AnWhat Entertainment. DJ Bay Bay is also working on a solo album that is slated for release in summer of 2013. “Ross saw things in me that he sees in himself; hard work, style and substance,” DJ Bay Bay said. “When you think about the quality of music and artists on the MMG roster, combined with Ross’ marketing and business moves, we are what the slogan says: The Untouchable Maybach Empire. We don’t talk it, we live it.”

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