Tiffany Haddish recently shared that she did, indeed, sign the non-disclosure form Beyonce insisted upon due to her loquacious ways, detailing the moment during her most recent stand-up set for Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity.
The hilariously lewd comedy hour raised money for Alzheimer’s research with sketches and bits from some of the biggest names in comedy, including Haddish, who took the time to update the crowd on the status of her relationship with Queen Bey since she dropped her infamous “Top Off” Verse.
“Forget all the little awards I won or being in a movie that made $100 million. That to me? I didn’t make it. Being in a Beyonce song, for me? I made it! And people was like, ‘she throwing shade,’ and I was like, ‘no, she letting me know she wanna hang out with me, I just gotta sign some paperwork! It’s just like gettin’ a county check, you gotta get qualified!”
Once at the lavish event, Haddish headed straight to the DJ booth where she found the legendary Kid Capri keeping the party going.
“YO TIFFANY! I’m so happy to see you!” Capri told the stand-up, who promptly asked if he could alert the “Single Ladies” singer that she was in the building and ready to sign whatever she needed to in order to “party with the queen.”
“He gets on the microphone, ‘BEYONCE!, BEYONCE! TIFFANY HADDISH IS IN THE BUILDING, AND SHE’S READY TO SIGN THAT NON-DISCLOSURE FORM, CUZ SHE READY TO PARRRTAYYYYYYY!!!’
The Girls Trip star then made her way down to the dancefloor, where she did the nae nae until Mrs. Carter met her in the middle of the star-studded room.
“Beyonce came up to me, and that’s all I can say about the party,” Haddish teases.
During her Hilarity for Charity set, the California girl also jammed with the house band (led by Craig Robinson), praised the venue for its gang-related history and jokingly accused the camera man of some freaky foul play.
Reading jokes is never as funny as hearing them straight from the source. Check out Haddish’s full set, as well as more from Michael Che, Sarah Silverman and others on Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity, now streaming on Netflix.
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Born and raised in Compton, California, Jessica Bennett began her career as an intern at The Oakland Post, and later, The Source Magazine. She went on to write for respected hip hop publications such as DJ Booth and Hip Hop DX before becoming the Urban Editor of pop culture website, Wetpaint.com. She joined Ebony as the Entertainment Editor August 2017. Bennett has interviewed such names as Vanessa Williams, Spike Lee, Tyra Banks, Forest Whitaker, Magic & Cookie Johnson and several others.