Sanaa Lathan is said that the mysterious star who is accidentally a bit on Beyonce.
The case is closed, in which the mystery actress who is a bit of Beyoncé.
Multiple sources confirm to Page Six, that the face-chewing culprit was indeed actress Sanaa Lathan, although she strongly denies.
Different sources tell us that “Love & Basketball” star Lathan had spoken, Jay Z D’Usse VIP party backstage after his gig in Los Angeles last December, but when Bey stepped in, Lathan playfully bit her on the chin.
Fellow actress Tiffany Haddish had started the wild bite debate earlier this week by the description of the scene to GQ, “There was an actress there that is just like doing the mostest. She bit Beyonce in the face.”
Haddish comments led to an internet-wide search to determine who on earth can possibly dare to disrespect the Queen Bey in such a turbulent tooth-and-eye way.
But, according to multiple sources, it was indeed a Lathan who was Beyoncé’s Becky with a good set of teeth.
A source at the bash tells us, “It was a big thing in the moment at the party, everyone was talking about how someone would dare to do that.”
That is probably the reason why the “Girls Trip” breakout star Haddish also claims that she had asked Bey if she needed back up after the sharp-toothed incident.
“Beyoncé’s at the bar, so I said.., ‘Had they really bite?'” Haddish revealed, adding she told Beyoncé she was ready to beat down the barbarian.
But the superstar does not take the bait. “[Bey] was like, ‘Tiffany, no. Do not do that….. She is not even drunk. . . Just chill,'” Haddish said.
Lathan has strenuously denied biting Bey, tweeting on March 27, ” you are funny. Under no circumstances do I bite Beyoncé and if I would be a love bite.”
This is not the first time Haddish has told the story.
A source told Vulture that she is using the long-in-the-tooth story in a comedy show in January, revealing the biter was dated French Montana. Lathan was previously linked to the rapper.
A rep for Lathan and spokesmen for Beyoncé declined to comment.
This story was previously published in the New York Post.