Tiffany Haddish lashed out at fake friends who stopped returning her phone calls and text messages after she bombed during her standup comedy routine in Miami on New Year's Eve.
Tiffany, who was on a hot streak since starring in the movie Girls' Trip, lashed out at industry insiders and other celebs who stopped taking her calls after she flopped during her first ever solo comedy show.
"Yesterday I learned that people that say 'they care about you or they got your back' only mean that when they think it benefits them, I am done with a lot of y'all."
Tiffany learned the hard way that fake industry people and celebrities only show love when you're hot. Now that Tiffany is no longer in demand, she is cut off from celebrities she thought were her friends (Some of us definitely know the feeling).
Tiffany apologized to her fans hours after concertgoers walked out on her comedy show at the James L. Knight enter in Miami on Jan. 1.
According to witnesses, Haddish forgot her lines and appeared to be intoxicated. After telling fans she couldn't remember her jokes, Haddish abruptly ended her show and joined audience members for a drink.
Video from the show went viral online. Haddish later apologized for her behavior, saying she stayed up late the night before and she may have had too much to drink.
Katt Williams dragged Haddish during an appearance on V-103's Frank and Wanda In The Morning show on Friday, Sept. 14 in Atlanta.
Williams was not impressed with Haddish's role in the hit comedy Girls Trip. He told radio host Wanda Smith she could have played the same role better.
When Wanda defended Haddish as being "real," Williams responded with insults about Wanda's weight. The video of the tense interview went viral on social media.
Wanda Smith was let go from the station in early January.