Tiffany Haddish's Twitter Clapbacks Are Her Best Work Yet


Tiffany Haddish has blown up recently. The talented comedienne and actress first shot to everyone's attention in New Orleans boozy romp 'Girl's Trip', and has gone on to cement her spot in comedy. With a guest hosting spot on Saturday Night Live, the first black female comic to do so, slaying at the Oscars, and another sitcom in the pipeline, Haddish looks like she's here to stay - but not everyone is happy about that.

The backlash against Haddish began when she was believed to have been referenced in a Beyoncé song, where she was called out for posting a selfie with the singer on social media.

In DJ Khaled's 'Top Off', Beyoncé raps - yes, raps - "If they're tryna party with the queen, they gon' have to sign a nondisclosure" which Haddish took to refer to her. A couple of months back, Haddish claimed Beyoncé held her back from fighting at a party by promising to take a selfie with her.

Haddish has also been accused of being 'too ratchet', and promoting a bad image for young girls.

The talented Tiffany did not take negative comments lying down, and decided to clapback in the best way possible - with humor.

She truly has no filter!

Yass, don't ever change Tiffany!

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