In a new clip from the actress' appearance on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook talk show, "Red Table Talk," Smith's "Girls Trip" costar opened up about sexual harassment in the standup comedy community and one example of how she physically fought back.
"There's definitely a lot of sexual harassment in comedy because comedians are perverts," she revealed, reflecting on her past on stage before breaking it big in film. "I always handled it well though, I always turned it around on them. What a man can't handle is an aggressive woman."
She then shared her "worst story" from back in the day.
"This dude, he's like, 'I want you to see my new car, come check out my new car.' So I go check out his new car and I get in the car, like, 'Man, this is really nice,'" she explained. "I look out the window and look back and he's got his d--k out and he was like, 'Look my d--k is hard, can you make it go down? Come on Tiff, I can help you out so much, I can do so much for you,' all these things that he would do for me if I made it go down."
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"I looked at him in the eyes, I was so disgusted. I was so disgusted he thought I'd get down like that," she continued. "I looked at him straight in his eyes and I slapped the s--t out his d--k. I slapped it so hard. He was like, 'What the f--k is wrong with you?' I was like, 'It's going down right? You didn't say how you wanted it to go down."
Smith was shocked, looking straight into the camera and saying -- with a laugh -- "I would not suggest that any other woman do that! Tiff!"
Admitting it could have quickly gone south, Haddish added, "He could have beat me up if he wanted to, but I immediately jumped out the car and was like, 'Deuces.'" She went on to say she's seen the man in question since, but "he never brings it up."