Tiffany Haddish Bravely Reveals She Was Raped At 17

Tiffany Haddish

Tiffany Haddish

"You hear about, 'Tiffany always hitting on somebody, ' but that's to keep them from hitting on me".

The saga continues. Now comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish is now claiming that she never actually confirmed that actress Sanaa Lathan was the culprit who bit Beyoncé at a party.

Haddish's past has prompted her to speak up about sexual assault, but she wishes she could do more than just talk about the issue, which is finally being called out across Hollywood and the rest of the workplace thanks to the #MeToo movement. "I need a plan", she continued. She gave additional details during an interview that year on the podcast "The Champs". Instead, he drove her to his place. "I might get real bossy and say, 'First off, don't nobody want to see your little dick!' I get loud, all that".

Haddish said she met him at a basketball game, and he later offered her a ride home after a school dance. She recalls thinking it must have been "a Halloween costume or something", but he told her that he was a cadet training for the police force.

Haddish said: "I get in the mirror and I go, "Babydaddy, babydaddy, child support, child support".

"(SIGH) I'm so very sorry to know that she suffered that frightful pain.

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And that can mess with your self-confidence. "It's annoying, but I keep telling myself other people have bigger problems". Suhana added that the pictures from her private Instagram account get leaked and so many people start talking about it.

"He raped me, he was stronger than me".

And, while the actress says she doesn't really have time to date, she admits that she's "had enough somebodies".

She also realized that her tactics could be used in a way to protect herself because she noticed that men are afraid of women who appear aggressive.

She told Glamour the experience shaped how she interacts with the world.

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