Tiffany Haddish Brought Homemade Chicken To The Met Gala

May 7, 2019 / Posted by:

I would imagine the only thing eaten at the Met Gala is one’s words when Anna Wintour shows up in that same mother of the bride dress with a boa year after year and you have to pretend to like it or else never appear on Vogue again. The horror! Anyway, Tiffany Haddish seemed to confirm what we all thought: the only things served at a Met Gala are eye rolls and vodka waters. Tiffany arrived to last night’s camp-themed event looking like the Hamburglar with a Ramen wig topped with a hat I definitely have seen worn around town by some Paul Revere impersonators, but her weave wasn’t the only food she was packing. Tiff brought her secret chicken recipe for when she knew she wouldn’t get full from the menu of Tic-Tacs and self-loathing inside.

W said Tiffany’s Michael Kors ensemble was made of 57,000 sequins, and while I love any nod to Liberace and/or a suburban teenage girl’s prom dress material of choice, the real treat was found inside Tiff’s clutch:

That reporter asked if it was from KFC, which is really stupid. This is the Groupon bitch, bitch! You think Tiffany is going to waste time and money on generic fast food chicken (I wrote while licking Chick-fil-A grease off my paws)?! Tiffany brought her own chicken made from her own kitchen with her secret spice recipe. While dressed in what she called part Patti LaBelle/part-pimp, Tiffanysaid it was important to have her chicken on the ready when she got hungry or else there was a good chance hanger would set in and she’d end up pimp-a-rella slapping a Hadid sister. On that note, I hope someone hid the chicken! That would have (almost) been as entertaining as Cher’s performance!


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