Tiffany Haddish Responds To Backlash Following George Floyd Memorial
Tiffany Haddish George Floyd Memorial: Tiffany Haddish gave the ideal reaction to all backlash she received, following the George Floyd’s memorial, where it is said, that she moved the spotlight onto herself.
On Thursday, hundreds assembled at a church in Minneapolis to respect the late George Floyd, whose murder on account of the police set off protests the nation over and around the globe against police brutality and racism.
Numerous big names were in participation, including rappers like T.I. , Ludacris & comedians like Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish.
At a certain point during his sermon, Rev. Al Sharpton chose to pause for a minute to recognize all the VIP participants. At the point when it was drawn out into the open that he neglected to make reference to Tiffany, it created the impression that he hadn’t understood she was available. “Is Tiffany here?” he asked, to which her stifled voice could be heard reacting.
This resulted in a huge amount of backlash. Tiffany was criticized for trying to make herself the center of attraction. Others thought that it was peculiar that Sharpton was in any event, giving shoutouts to the well-known people in the room.
Tiffany took to Twitter to address the situation.
“I usually don’t give space to the bullsh*t that some people spew about me, not today,” she tweeted. “We are in the middle of the fight for our lives. I was blessed and honored to be asked to attend the memorial service of George Floyd, our brother, who was murdered, which led us to this moment.”
“Please don’t squander this critical moment to make sh*t up about me,” she continued. “Channel that energy into important work…like honoring our fallen brothers and sisters and stopping this horrible cycle once and for all.”