If you haven’t fallen completely in an otherworldly infatuation with comedic actress Tiffany Haddish, then let us help you…
Her wit has been too much for TV for a while and we suppose that’s why Hollywood scooped this strawberry straight out the metropolitan and toss her in with the starcrunch.
Women across the country are gearing up to line-up for the new movie, Girls Trip starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Regina Hall and a lesser known (for now) Tiffany Haddish.
Let’s face it. It’s been a Methuselah amount of winters since Waiting To Exhale.
Anyways, she appeared June 19th on Power 105.1 FM’s The Breakfast Club to promote her new movie. Haddish ended up giving us all a candid perspective of her childhood and told how Charles Fleischer inspired her comedy career throughout her traumatic upbringing into today.
To hear her talk about it, her come-up story has all the makings of a Hollywood feature complete with international espionage, attempted murder, child labor, foster homes, a debilitating car crash, Church of Scientology, and one of the most ballsy engagement stories you ever want to hear.
We left a lot of it out. Haddish can more than fill you in.
No wonder she’s one of the silver screens brightest new sirens. Her real life story is definitely comparable to any heroine and has left her with more apparent wisdom then most.
“God told me… “You got to do this Tiff”… when I try to stop, that’s when I get all depressed.” -Tiffany Haddish
Host, Charlemagne: A lot of men may hear this and try to take advantage of it.
Tiffany: I’m strong as hell. You better be careful.
We won’t give it all away because no one tells a story better than the horse but you can definitely hopscotch to the end of this article for dose of the genuine dime piece with the soon-to-be-legendary natural mole. But be warned, voices get wobbly earlier and tissue comes out before your rest back from pressing play. The Black Freq Sheets couldn’t have done this better ourselves. Do buckle-up for the rollercoaster journey through her past into her present.
The interview effortlessly follows the uber-latchkey childhood of Haddish from the debilitating car crash that almost took her life to getting toxic shot from a tampon on her 3rd cycle ever to the should-have-been-supervised-by-a-comparable-adult ass pap smear that took her virginity.
The accident did claim her mother’s old self. The new self was a bit more unmanageble to hear her put it mildly. Of her mother, the comedic actress commented that “after the accident and stuff, you know, mental illness and brain damage… She’s a Jehovah Witness and my mom was very active and very good at communicating but after the accident she couldn’t communicate that well…she would get mad at punch me.”
Angela Yee: How does she feel about your success now?
Tiffany: She say her coochie makes stars.
We couldn’t make this stuff up people. We love our Frequencies that consciously choose love over hate and joy over pain… in this case laughter…and above all she’s answering the call to share it with all of us…
Be sure to GO OUT and see Girl Trip coming to a theater near you July 21st and check out our favorite new frequency on The Carmichael Show. Look out for her new co-starring role in forthcoming The Last O.G. starring Tracy Morgan and Cedric The Entertainer.
Watch the interview here:
You know what’s crazy about that story? Roger Rabbit is responsible for your comedy career.”
-Charlemagne tha God to Tiffany Haddish
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