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Tiffany Haddish thanks haters for making her ‘more famous’ after VMAs

Tiffany Haddish thanks haters for making her ‘more famous’ after VMAs

Shakira was photographed by Tiffany Haddish during the 2023 Video Music Awards on September 12, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey.
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  • Tiffany Haddish was among the high-profile guests invited to this year’s MTV Music Video Awards.
  • But some fans questioned his behavior after he photobombed Shakira and shouted her name.
  • Haddish laughed at the backlash and thanked her haters for making her “more famous.”

Tiffany Haddish seems to be a big fan of Shakira.

During the MTV Music Awards, held in New Jersey earlier this week, the comedian was seen photobombing the Colombian singer, while a viral clip from the event also showed Haddish, 43, shouting Shakira’s name while following her through a room full of people.

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Haddish’s fanatic behavior apparently upset many viewers. On X, formerly known as Twitter, commenters shared a variety of reactions to Haddish’s interactions with Shakira.

Some were happy and users shared funny memes about Haddish. doing the most to get the attention of the “Waka Waka” singer and shakira running away of the comedian after hearing her scream his name.

Some, however, criticized Haddish for what they considered influence-chasing behaviorwhile others said that the interaction could be seen like harassment.

On Saturday, Haddish took to X to downplay the criticism.

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Answering to a tweet from Pop Crave Of her antics at the awards ceremony, the comedian wrote that she found the comment about her interesting and a reflection of how popular she was.

“I appreciate all your opinions…Thank you Shana Tova,” Haddish wrote.

Haddish reiterated her position on another post on X on Saturday.

“When people make videos about me or talk about me, whether good or bad. I just think: thank you all for making me more famous and relevant,” she wrote. “I see it’s driving the enemy crazy because they really want to be where I am. That will never happen.”

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It once again received a mixed response from social media users.

“Not all publicity is good publicity,” one user responded.

Shakira, Karol G and Tiffany Haddish.
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“We love you @TiffanyHaddish, but we worry when things seem out of place,” wrote another. “You were definitely excited. I still love you sis, but sometimes less is more.”

Haddish also addressed the viral interaction during an appearance on Ebro In the Morning on Hot 97.

“I was moving aggressively,” he told hosts Ebro Darden, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez, adding that he just wanted to have a “quick conversation” with the star about collaborating on some music together.

Haddish concluded by saying that she would be more than willing to be a background dancer in one of Shakira’s music videos: “I’m telling you right now Shakira, my hips don’t lie.”

Representatives for Tiffany Haddish did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider, which was made outside of normal business hours.



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