Katt Williams has told some outlandish stories—including recent ones about Tiffany Haddish—but his latest claim has some proof to back him up.

Earlier this week, Williams accused LaMorris Sellers, the husband of radio host Wanda Smith, of pulling a gun on him. But Sellers, who was reportedly seeking retaliation for Williams ridiculing Smith's hair, clothes, and weight on the show, claimed that wasn't the case. Sellers told police "his gun fell from his waistband and he bent to retrieve it however, he never pointed it at anyone."

Now, in a video obtained by TMZ (above), Sellers is seen running after Williams with a gun in his hand. Williams proceeded to run into a nearby grocery store outside of the Atlanta Comedy Theater, where Smith was hosting that night. Although the two aren't always seen in the footage, as Sellers noted, he isn't seen pointing the gun at Williams. But since their confrontation is obstructed, it's unclear who's telling the truth in this story. Even Williams, who decided not to press charges, was questioning whether or not the gun was present.

"Let me see if I got this right," Williams told TMZ. "You're saying that if somebody pulls a gun, they're gonna not shoot you because you did what? Why aren't they shooting when you get the hell out? I don't know what you're talking about. I'm just simply saying, if somebody did pull out a gun, what would you do that for? I'm saying, if it's not to shoot somebody, what is it?"

He continued: "I assure you if there was a gun then there would have been charges and police and jail and all types of things, right? So there could be no gun, right? There could be no gun."