Mostly, the MTV Movie & TV Awards will give their Movie of the Year award to something shitty but popular (example: the Twilight saga sweeping the category from the years 2009 to 2012). But sometimes the stars align and MTV is able to give the award to a movie that is both good and popular, and this year was one of those years. Black Panther ended up taking home a bunch of awards.
Back in March, Tiffany Haddish told a story about being at a party, where she watched a drugged-up actress hit on Jay-Z and then try to bite her lord and savior Beyoncé in the face. It didn’t take the internet long to guess it was Sanaa Lathan, who denied she was the biter by calling the rumor “absurd.” Tiffany claimed she couldn’t spill the beans because she was bound by an NDA. The NDA clearly only specified disclosure by way of talking, and not facial gestures. Tiffany has pulled the curtain back, and Beyoncé’s alleged face-biter is none other than who you all thought it was.
TMZ says that Tiffany Haddish’s ex-husband William Stewart has sued her for the things she wrote about him in her 2017 memoirs, The Last Black Unicorn.
Tiffany claims in a chapter titled, “The Ex-Husband,” that she got married and divorced two times from William, although she never actually names him by name. Tiffany alleges that her ex-husband was a physically and verbally abusive monster who choked her and stalked her (she claims that in 2011, she got a restraining order against him). She also writes that her ex-husband’s mother (Elnora Daughtery) abused her son as a child, and knew he was abusing her, but did nothing to intervene. Possibly one of the heaviest allegations against her ex-husband in the book is when Tiffany alleges that his abuse caused her to lose their child she was carrying. William Stewart believes that Tiffany’s book belongs in the general fiction section of Barnes & Noble, because he claims that chapter on “The Ex-Husband” is all lies.
Back in March, Sanaa Lathan suddenly found herself with a bee target on her back after Tiffany Haddish told a story about a mysterious famous actress who allegedly bit Beyoncé’s face at a party. Tiffany couldn’t say who it was, thanks to Beyoncé’s love of a tight NDA. Tiffany would only say that the actress was trying to get wth Jay-Z, and that the biting culprit was “on drugs.” The theory with the most alleged evidence backing it up was that the biter was Sanaa Lathan.
At the time, Sanaa denied it, and said if there was any bite it was a “love bite.” Sanaa recently spoke about it with Health, and you can throw that love bite alibi out the window, because she says her involvement is a big old lie.
Tiffany Haddish is, by far, the patron saint of the Glow Up. After teaching us the art of fruit-flavored fellatio in last year’s blockbuster hit Girl’s Trip and a critically acclaimed hosting gig on Saturday Night Live (wearing her trademark white Alexander McQueen dress) she is the definition of ‘Living My Best Life’. It hasn’t always been easy, but it’s been worth it. And now after all her years of struggle she’s snagged a spot on Time’s 100 Most Influential People’s list, along with Cardi B, Nicole Kidman, Christian Siriano, Lena Waithe, JLo, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Rihanna, and Janet Mock.
Even though we probably know the culprit of Beyoncé bite-gate, there must be some Love & Basketball fans not ready to believe Sanaa Lathan doubles as Hannibal Lecter during her downtime. People are still trying to get Tiffany Haddish to snitch further and say what she saw, but she confirmed what most of us already figured: she can’t because she signed an NDA. Continue reading