Tiffany Haddish had made another major move!
The Hollywood star revealed that she is currently attending prestigious Harvard University.
“Hey, y’all. It’s your girl Tiffany Haddish. I ain’t been on here lately. That’s because I’m getting educated. That’s right. I’ve been going to Harvard for the last three days. I’m a student now! Look, this is the class. Bam! Harvard,” Haddish said in a video shared to her Instagram account.
She continued, “I’m getting a certificate! Educated, baby! They said I wasn’t gon’ make it! I made it! Don’t be jealous, don’t be jealous. Fill out your paperwork. You can get in, too—no, you can’t! No, you can’t.”
The comedian continues to fly high. She was named one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2018 and made history as the first Black woman to host “Saturday Night Live.”
Last June, it was announced that Haddish would produce and star in a biopic about three-time Olympic Gold-winning track and field athlete, Florence “Flo-Jo” Griffith Joyner.
Joyner set several records in the 1988 Olympics, including those in the 100meter and 200m. She sadly died of an epileptic seizure in 1998.
She was 38.
“First of all, it feels good to be able to wear a two-piece and not feel like, ‘Oh, I got to put a whole sarong on and a very large coverup’ coverall situation. It feels good to be able to be free,” Haddish said of getting into shape for the role. “And the main thing about the whole transformation is my knees feel like they’re happy. And when my legs is happy, Tiffany’s happy.”
In a recent interview with Byrdie, the actress opened up about taking “the big chop” in 2020.
“Baby, best feeling I ever felt in my whole entire life,” she told Byrdie. “The most sensations I ever felt. The most alive I ever felt. And then I was jealous of every bald-headed man I’ve ever seen.”