Tiffany Haddish says she learned you shouldn’t get turnt up before work after she bombed her New Year’s Eve set in Miami.
“I’ve worked almost every single day last year,” Haddish, 39, told TMZ on Wednesday. “I’ve only been home … a grand total of 40 days. I’ve slept in my bed a grand total of 28 days the whole year. I worked all the way up until New Year’s. So I get out to Miami and I want to celebrate all this prosperity, this greatness … and I might have went a little bit overboard.”
According to reports, fans walked out of her sold-out show at the James L. Knight Center on Monday night.
“I think people should get onstage and try it [themselves], at least 10 times and let’s see where you end up,” she challenged people who criticized her. “Let’s see if you end up in two movies that make No. 1 comedies over $100 million worldwide in two years. Let’s see if you can do that cause it’s a lot of work to get to where I’m at. It ain’t easy.”
She also said many comedians including, Sinbad, Kathy Griffin, Kevin Hart, Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman and Dave Chappelle all reached out to her and offered their support.
“I learned that Miami is a really dope city and I probably shouldn’t turn up before work … lesson learned,” she said, adding, “It was a great experience, I learned from it. I’m gonna try my best for it to not happen again, but it might.”
Haddish confirmed the news herself on social media on Tuesday, writing, “I wish it was better Miami.”
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