Did the Target employee call Katt Williams the N-word? – VIDEO

Getty Images File PhotoKatt Williams explained to an audience in Los Angeles that he slapped Forrest Liebenberg after the Target employee called him “p***y ass n****r.”

Getty Images File PhotoKatt Williams explained to an audience in Los Angeles that he slapped Forrest Liebenberg after the Target employee called him “p***y ass n****r.”

Well, Katt Williams’ Target kerfuffle has just gotten more interesting. The comedian was seen on tape slapping a cashier a few weeks ago, and the worker was apparently fired soon after.

So, why would someone be axed after being decked by a famous customer? Williams says the worker called him a “p***y ass n****r.” TMZ has footage of the comedian explaining the incident to an audience in Los Angeles.

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The employee, Forrest Liebenberg, has yet to give his side of the story, but seeing how Williams is friends with Suge Knight, perhaps that’s for the best.

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