Beyoncé Might Have Slapped Tiffany Haddish On The Wrist In A New Song

March 2, 2018 / Posted by:

Tiffany Haddish might have just learned a valuable lesson. You may meet her majesty Beyoncé, but much like Fight Club or Michelle Williams, you do not talk about it. Earlier this month, Tiffany spilled the details of meeting Beyoncé for the first time. The juiciest part was that Tiffany claimed to bear witness to Beyoncé asserting her dominance over an actress that made the grave mistake of getting flirty with Jay-Z. Beyoncé might have let Tiffany have it in a song.

Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Future, and DJ Khaled dropped a surprise song called “Top Off” for DJ Khaled’s upcoming album, Father of Asahd. Vulture says Beyoncé begins by coming for what would appear to be Drake. Jay-Z instructs Beyonce to “put these fuckboys on notice,” to which Beyoncé replies:

“I break the internet, top two and I ain’t number two.”

Vulture points out that would be a thinly-veiled reference to Drake’s song “Gyalchester” in which he raps “I know I said top five, but I’m top two. And I’m not two and I got one.” The other scratchier lyric is the one that sounds very much like she’s addressing Tiffany:

“If they’re tryna party with the queen, they gon’ have to sign a nondisclosure.”

You can listen to the song until it gets yanked down. It sounds like it sampled a malfunctioning Sega Game Gear loading screen.

Getting a dressing down from Beyoncé might bother some people, but not Tiffany. She tweeted that she’s thrilled that Beyoncé would call her out in a song.

Tiffany really is a Beyhive member. She’s excited by Beyoncé saying her name even though Beyoncé never actually says her name, and she loses her shit over the chance to sign an NDA. Tiffany will be taking selfies with the NDA and will tell stories about the night Beyoncé’s assistant handed it to her and she’ll describe the paper it was printed on. “80 pound matte-coated mother of pearl! Only the best for my Queen!

Here’s Tiffany looking like a sassy rec room lampshade last night at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood event, and later at the Cadillac Celebrates Oscars Week party:

Pics: Wenn.com

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