Comedian Katt Williams got kicked out of his own comedy show Saturday night, following his belligerent behavior toward the crowd, according to TMZ. Recent reports say the comedian was trying "something different" that night, and the audience just wasn't into it.

Maronzio Vance, who opened for Williams that night, thinks fans were upset because the comedian wasn't his usual hyper self.

"He was mellow, he was chill. He hadn't been on stage in two years," Vance said.

His rusty delivery upset audience members to the point where he was forced to leave the stage, which caused him to become aggressive towards his audience when they weren't laughing at his jokes.

Vance says Williams was upset when he didn't get the chance to finish his show.

Officials at the club where the event was held not only asked him to leave, but called the cops on him when he attempted to get back in.

Williams was scheduled to perform two shows at the Improv in Ontario, Calif. that night, but according to witnesses, the club tossed him from the 8:00PM show and cancelled the 9:30PM show.  Vance will replace Williams in future shows.

Williams has had roles in Friday After Next (Move), My Wife and Kids (TV), Norbit (Movie) and The Boondocks (TV) among various other bit parts. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California where he works both in front of and behind the camera.