12/07/2012 01:14 pm ET Updated Dec 07, 2012

Snoop Dogg On Katt Williams: 'I Really Wanna See Him Get Some Help' (VIDEO)

Rapper Snoop Dogg has some advice for troubled comedian Katt Williams: get some help.

Snoop was stopped by TMZ and asked whether he has any advice for Williams , whose behavior has become increasingly bizarre and aggressive in recent weeks. Putting it simply, Snoop said Williams needs to get help.

"Katt needs some help, man," Snoop told TMZ. "He really better go get some help. Somebody needs to really sit him down and get him some help. I'm his friend. I can't clown or laugh. I really wanna see him get some help before he goes too far."

"Whoever really got love for Katt that's around him," he said, "you need to take him to go get him some help."

Some may may think any advice from Snoop -- who admitted to smoking a shocking 81 blunts per day during a reddit "Ask Me Anything" session -- might be empty, but the rapper and the "9 Lives" comedian go way back.

Snoop and Williams have been friends for years, and even bonded over their penchant for weed. During a 2006 stand-up show, the comedian talked about smoking a blunt with Snoop on the set of "The Tracy Morgan Show."

Snoop appeared in the introduction for Williams' "Pimp Chronicles: Part 1," released in 2006. The two have also recorded songs together, like "Mind Right" and "Good Relationships."

Williams' recent behavior certainly raises eyebrows.

After a series of nightclub fights, a police chase and multiple arrests, Williams was a no-show at his arraignment in Seattle court on Thursday, according to the Seattle Times. The comedian was later charged with three misdemeanor counts of fourth-degree assault related to two incidents that occurred in Seattle last weekend.

The man involved in one incident, who claims Williams hit him on the head with a microphone during a show at the Paramount Theatre on Friday, has filed a lawsuit against the 39-year-old and the Seattle Theatre Group (STG), which runs the theatre, reported the Seattle Times. "Before the Nov. 30, 2012, assault, Williams had publicly demonstrated signs of mental instability that should have put STG on notice that Williams posed a danger to the audience," reads the lawsuit.



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