In a new interview with the New York Times, Tiffany Haddish is very transparent in sharing her life story of her life before fame and how she manifested the success she has. Haddish admitted to being abandoned by her father, raped by an alleged police cadet, depressed, and using comedy as a defense mechanism with her mother who suffered from schizophrenia that entail resulted in violence.
She is now a hot commodity in Hollywood and in high demand. Haddish expressed, “The end goal is to create intergenerational wealth and spread joy, and make sure everyone who works with me can spread the same thing and have it trickle down.”
How does she plan to do that?
Haddish admitted that she is now dabbling in music and trying to make a rap album seeing that such an approach has worked for other successful comedians she admires. Check out the full story here.