TWO THINGS: Bey is going to stop inviting Tiff to “family functions” and this photo?!?! LMAO!
Tiffany Haddish is providing new details about that famous incident she alluded to on TV One’s UNCENSORED at one of Jay Z and Beyonce‘s parties back in December of last year. The comedian revealed that an unnamed actress was getting a little too “friendly” with the hip-hop star and Bey checked the woman for the disrespect.
Beyoncé approached Haddish and said, “I’m Beyoncé,” as if she didn’t already know who she was. There was also an actress who was “just, like, doing the most-est,” Haddish reveals. “She bit Beyoncé in the face.”
“Beyoncé stormed away, went up to Jay-Z, and was like, ‘Jay! Come here! This bitch…..’ and snatched him. They went to the back of the room. I was like, ‘What just happened?’ And Beyoncé’s friend walked up and was like, ‘Can you believe this bitch just bit Beyoncé?'” From there, “a lot of things happened,” Haddish says.
Wait. We’re so…..confused.
According to Haddish, she and the actress continued to cross paths throughout the night, culminating in a brief standoff. The actress, at one point, told Haddish to stop dancing, which—good luck making that happen. “And then Beyoncé and Jay-Z walked by me, and I tapped Beyoncé.” Haddish says she told Beyoncé, “I’m going to beat somebody ass at your party. I just want to let you know that.” Beyoncé asked her not to—told her to “have fun” instead. (Haddish leveraged this moment into a selfie with Beyoncé.) “Near the end of the party,” says Haddish, describing her final run-in with Mrs. Carter sometime later, “Beyoncé’s at the bar, so I said to Beyoncé, ‘Did she really bite you?’ She was like, ‘Yeah.’ I was like, ‘She gonna get her ass beat tonight.’ She was like, ‘Tiffany, no. Don’t do that. That bitch is on drugs. She not even drunk. The bitch is on drugs. She not like that all the time. Just chill.’ ” Haddish held this story in for as long as she could. Weeks. When people asked about what happened when she met Beyoncé, she tried to remain vague: “I’m not at liberty to say,” she would explain. But Haddish is feeling good in this particular moment on this particular whale watch, and because her personality is perilously infectious, when Tiffany is feeling good, the whole world in her immediate vicinity gets better. She’s exploring the open water with no cell service. (Later, on land, Haddish will open her phone to realize it has logged hundreds of text messages and missed calls.) She’s already seen some whales, more dolphins, and tons of sea lions, to whom she called, “Arf arf!” The sun is intoxicating, and the wind is riffling her wig and gently cooling the piping hot Cup O’ Noodles in her hand. (“Cup O’ Noodles is only two dollars!” Haddish whisper-gasped when she saw that Cup O’ Noodles was only two dollars.) Right now Tiffany Haddish is too happy to keep a tale this juicy bottled up inside her any longer. “There’s people out here biting Beyoncé!” she says, incredulous.