Suge Knight found himself in the headlines earlier this week when the former Death Row Records CEO was shot six times at a pre-VMA party. The shooters at present time remain unknown, but one man believes he knows who did it and that man is Katt Williams. The suspect in question: nobody.

"I’m pretty sure Suge knows who shot Suge," said the comedian, who has had constant trouble with the law himself over the past several months. "If the police say nobody shot him, I believe nobody shot him. And if nobody shot him then that’s the same nobody that shot Tupac. And if nobody shot Tupac it’s the same nobody that shot MLK. And if nobody shot him that’s the same person that shot Malcolm X too. It’s a lot of nobodies out there. And nobody minds if nobody comes up missing, right? That don’t bother nobody does it? It certainly doesn’t bother me. I’m saying the police said they arrested the shooters. Then said they didn’t arrest the shooters. But I was there. So, I know that 20 minutes after people were laying down on the ground shot, no police had entered the club yet.”

It should be noted that MLK and Marcolm X's respective killers were both tried and convicted. 

Katt goes on to say the shooting was no (as suspected) the result of gang violence because, if this were the result of gang violence, there would have been another side shooting back.

The most interesting aspect of Williams's rantings, however, is his claim that Suge was not the intended victim of the gunfire but rather a hero who took the bullets for another unnamed individual.

"Suge Knight has been accessible every day of his life for 20 years," he explained. "We know who it was aimed at. We know whose life he saved. And we know why they won’t talk about it…If it was gang-related then why didn’t it happen thoroughly? You see there’s parts of this story that just don’t seem to make sense. You’re saying it was gang-related. So, that means somebody’s gang was shooting at somebody’s gang and somebody’s gang didn’t shoot back. That’s your story? That’s not really how gang stuff works, is it?”

Check out the TMZ interview below.