Comedian Alonzo Bodden Praises Tiffany Haddish's Handling of Bombed Set

Tiffany Haddish

Tiffany Haddish

"Every day ain't the best day, but we do what we do", she said, according to a video published by TMZ.

She then opened a bottle of Ciroc and started drinking with the audience. In a post on Instagram, she is gifted a fur coat from a fan and reveals that she plans to wear fur until police "stop killing black people". So sorry, PETA! Don't be mad at me. When they stop killing black people, I'll stop wearing fur ... Because people are important, and so are the animals ...

Insecure actor Kendrick Sampson added: "Look at all the people pissed at this that haven't ever stood up for Black lives".

Boy, 1, airlifted to hospital after falling into rhino enclosure at zoo
A picture posted to Twitter by a zoo guest shows a small shoe in the enclosure, believed to belong to the injured toddler. Brevard Zoo is home to four southern white rhinos, including two males and two females, according to its website .

The video, which has been viewed more than a million times on Instagram, has sparked plenty of outrage. "I prayed on it and I have a strong feeling this will never happened again". "Your just embarrassing yourself!"

'This is weird for me, ' the comedian told the audience as she realised people were leaving. "The same compassion and passion in these comments for Animals, where is that same passion for Human Beings (Particularly African Americans) who are being killed at the hands of Police".

The 39-year-old actress retweeted an article which said her stand-up set "bombed" and admitted that the headline was accurate. She vowed on stage to never allow herself to be in that type of situation again - and she wasn't talking about stand-up either.

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