Tiffany Haddish said Drake asked her out to dinner, but he stood her up.
Comedian Tiffany Haddish revealed Tuesday that Drake asked her out to eat after doing a music video together, but the rapper was her at the last moment.
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Haddish, 38, told Jada Pinkett Smith on her Facebook Watch series “Red Table talk” about the date that was abruptly canceled. The “Girls Trip” star said she met Drake after the lead role in ‘Fun for What” music video.
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“He said,” Man, I’m so excited about the video.’ I said, ‘Man, I’m excited about the video too,'” Haddish said. “He was like, ‘We should hang out sometime,’ and I said, ‘Yes, I’m down to hang out. I’m cool to hang out. You let me know.’ And he was like, ‘Let me take you to dinner.’ And I was like, ‘That sounds good,” and he was like, OK, cool, cool. We’ll make it work.'”
The comedian called enjoy for the big date with the popular rapper until she found out he was not available.
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“Then I’m like, ‘So what time are we heading? Are you sending a car? Such as, what are we doing?'” she said. “And when he said, ‘Oh, man. My bad, family emergency. I am in Canada now.'”
“Last O. G.” star recalled being disappointed for the cleanup of its plans as to when they would have made money at doing a job.
Haddish made headlines in March after she claimed that she is an unknown actress little superstar Beyoncé at a function.
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