Tiffany Haddish Gets Emotional Defending Her Post About ‘Seeing Hamas War To Believe’: “I Don’t Have A Man”

by Grace Somes
Tiffany Haddish || Image credit: @tiffanyhaddish

Comedian Tiffany Haddish has defended her travel to Israel amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza after making light of the situation.

The actress revealed she made jokes about the conflict in Gaza because she’s all alone and doesn’t have a husband or family behind her.

After receiving backlash, Tiffany Haddish has clarified her controversial post about her reason for visiting Israel to see Jerusalem and the Dead Sea.

The Girls Trip star flew to the country on Tuesday and shared a video of her journey with her Instagram followers. Tiffany Haddish is seen in a short video sipping a drink on the luxury flight.

The actress, in the plush confines of a first-class cabin, smiled brightly as she explained her decision to visit the “Holy Land.”

“This is an educational trip for me. I’m gonna learn about the politics. See, I feel like, I can’t believe I see everything on the Internet. I need to go see for myself, I’m one of those people,” Haddish said on video while on the plane.

During her interview with TMZ, Tiffany got emotional while defending her jokes about finding a husband in Israel despite the life-threatening situation in the Middle East.

“I’m here all by myself. Just like I was saying in 2018 when they were asking me about Mo’Nique and her husband, I said I don’t do my business like she does her business. Because I don’t have a husband. I don’t have what she has. I’m all alone! That’s what I’m trying to tell you guys. I’m doing this all by myself.”

“I don’t have a whole family full of men or a man supporting me. I’m doing it on my own. I’m learning on my own. I have to make light of something that the average female wouldn’t do,” she added.

Tiffany Haddish also explained that her trip helped her understand more about what was going on since arriving in the region.

“I learned that people were taken out of their homes. I learned that people were taken away from the actual event that was happening. All those people that were killed. There were a lot of people killed, but a lot of people were kidnapped from that event. I didn’t know that before,” she continued. “I learned that there were 100 people that have been freed from being hostages in Gaza, but there are still 100 plus people that are over there.”

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