Yearly Archives: 2012

Freshly freed Katt Williams had a front row seat last night as good friend Suge Knight got into a CRAZY brawl outside a Hollywood club … that ended with Suge nearly mowing down some people in his SUV … just hours after Katt was released from jail.It all went down outside the Eden club. When the video (which is understandably shaky) starts, the massive brawl is already in full swing and you can see Suge trying to go after someone while Katt gets away from the action, walking behind a dumpster. As the camera pans back, you can see Suge on the left side of the frame in a tan long-sleeved shirt. Suge can be seen connecting with some sort of punch, but the actual blow is blocked from view.The next time we see Katt, he’s making his way to a black SUV while being chased by someone. Katt appears to get in the car before the guy is able to catch up to him.Suge then gets into a white SUV and guns it, nearly hitting several people on his way out of the parking lot. Katt and Suge were detained and cited by police a little over a week ago and Katt was just arrested Friday for child endangerment and had only been out of jail for a few hours before the brawl went down.

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Macy’s department store workers in Houston say they were powerless to do anything about it so they just rang up the sales.

Those workers tell the Factor somehow there was a mistake made on pricing in the men’s department.

One worker, who wishes to remain anonymous, said all of their clearance shirts were mistakenly labeled $9.99.

This worker said shirts that were on the average $50 and $60 were going for $9.99 this past Saturday.

The Macy’s employee says people bought them by the dozens.

Then the phone rang.

I’m told corporate called and the store and said the near free shirt giveaway must stop.

Workers said at 5 pm the plug was pulled and the mislabeled shirts were restored to the appropriate price.

I’m mad I missed that sale.

Did you get one of the $9.99 shirts at Macy’s Saturday?




HOUSTON — Following is a statement by the Office of George H. W. Bush:

“President Bush’s condition has improved, so he has been moved today from the intensive care unit to a regular patient room at The Methodist Hospital to continue his recovery. The Bushes thank everyone for their prayers and good wishes.”