Katt Williams upset over Quentin Tarantino's use of the 'N-word' in 'Django'

Getty Images File PhotoKatt Williams threatened to punch Quentin Tarantino in the face for his use of the 'n-word' in the movie 'Django Unchained.'

Getty Images File PhotoKatt Williams threatened to punch Quentin Tarantino in the face for his use of the 'n-word' in the movie 'Django Unchained.'

Looks like Quentin Tarantino had better watch his back around Katt Williams.

“I checked with all of N****rdom and nobody knows where he got his pass from,” Williams told TMZ, referring to the liberal use of the “N-word” in Tarantino’s new film, “Django Unchained.”

“I hope he didn’t get it from Samuel L. Jackson and Jamie Foxx, ’cause they not gonna help you when I see you.”

Them’s fightin’ words.

This is, of course, coming on the heels of Williams’ arrest Friday on suspicion of child endangerment and gun charges, according to multiple sources. TMZ reported that hours after his release, Williams was involved in a parking lot brawl with Suge Knight.

Quite a weekend.

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  • Katie Holmes’ Broadway play, “Dead Accounts,” will be closing seven weeks early due to, um, “mixed” reviews.
  • Lindsay Lohan swears she is going to “stay in” for New Year’s Eve.

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