Doubt she’s doing it for honest feedback. Honest feedback does not equal a list of benefits. How many careers could she ruin if she let the public hear them? Sounds like just another Nigerian hustle to me.
Add-on. The original title called what she heard on the tapes ‘racist’ and referred to all the benefits she received by secretly tape recording people after she left the room. Isn’t she the one who told vegans she would keep wearing fur until white cops stopped killing black people?
This is a woman with no conscience.
I’m beginning to doubt that she has tapes, but she sure did put the fear of BLACK PEOPLE into a lot of casting directors who evaluate auditions – people who now are searching their memory banks of her and what they said and how they should prepare for exposure.
That’s an act of terrorism, no matter how the news went back and tried to sugarcoat her excuses.
Hostage taking and the Nigerian scam are in her genes proven by her two most recent episodes involving torture, humiliation and instilling fear.
The best way to deal with people like that is to turn a back to them. If she has to secretly tape record people to steal material for her jokes, then she has no talent, beyond committing atrocious acts toward unsuspecting people.
Get her off the stage, before somebody shoots her and goes to prison and she ruins yet another life. She needs a lesson on boundaries and crossing lines, then bragging about it.
Sue her and make her present the tapes. She is not an innocent.
Chances are she does that in a lot of other ‘places’. Serial offenders always do. They crave attention for what they do to their victims. They relish in it.
Maybe white people should start tape recording black people. Go into any bar where black people congregate. They’re sick with hatred toward anything white, whether it walks or talks or not. It’s time to fight back.
“Tiffany Haddish’s Audition Hack Is Just Another Example Of Hollywood’s Racist, Sexist Ways”
“Her boobs aren’t big enough.”
“Wait, how many rooms did you leave it in?” Rudolph asked.
“A lot. A lot. It was like my M.O.,” Haddish said.