The infamous Beyonce "biter" may still be on the loose.
In an interview with Glamour published Tuesday, Haddish was asked about the on-going question (seriously, is it over yet?) about who bit Beyonce. Despite previously confirming it was Lathan, the actress has now claimed that she "didn't confirm shit."
To recap, it all began when the comedian told GQ back in March that an "actress" had bit the pop star at a private party, which turned the internet into a conspiracy-filled frenzy. Then, Haddish denied the story in an interview with Health published in May. However, it seemed that the case was finally closed when the "Girl's Trip" star confirmed (or seemed to anyway) to the Hollywood Reporter in June that Lathan was indeed the culprit.
Glamour asked Haddish if she was really "pointing the finger" at Lathan in her interview with THR. The "Night School" star said that she was "three drinks in" when the publication asked her the question.
"I didn't confirm shit," Haddish recalled. "The reporter was like, 'Sanaa Lathan?' I'm, like, three drinks in, so of course I was about to laugh. They thought I put her name out there, but I didn't. I never said nothing. And Beyoncé didn't say nothing. Let the person who [bit Beyoncé] bury themselves.... I ain't trying to destroy this girl. I didn't say shit about the girl."
At this point, it looks like we'll never _really _know who bit Beyonce. Nevertheless, read on for more highlights from Haddish's interview with Glamour.
The Haddish Moral Code
When Haddish hosted the MTV Movie and TV Awards in June, she made sure that her jokes didn't go too far when it came to making fun of celebrities.
"Some of the jokes, I was like, 'I'm not saying that,'" Haddish said. "First off, I'm not a slut bucket. Second off, that's just rude. That's not even funny. That's being a bully. And I am not that person, so I'm not about to put that out there. They didn't do anything to me, so why would I attack them?"
Her favorite joke (which was our fave as well) was when she compared the Kardashian clan to "Star Wars," which caused Kris Jenner to laugh in response.
"They make a ton of money, a new one's always popping up, and they're ruled by a bossy overlord," she joked on stage.
Haddish, who was the award show's first ever black female host, was such a well-received emcee that she boosted ratings 21 percent.
Her Back-Up Career
The publication also asked Haddish what her magic sex number is and if she's "actively dating."
"I don't really have time. And I've had enough somebodies," she said. "I done ran through 38 dudes, OK? Body count, yeah. Mine is 38. Write it down. Let them know. I've had 38 experiences."
It's understandable that the "Uncle Drew" star doesn't have enough time to date. She has multiple projects lined up and being released soon, the next up playing a teacher in "Night School" co-starring Kevin Hart. Haddish explained that if she wasn't a comedian, she wouldn't mind possibly being a teacher.
"I don't mind being a teacher," she said. "I always say, 'If this comedy thing doesn't work out, I would probably be a sex education teacher.' I would be the best sex education teacher. I guarantee none of my kids would have STDs after I finish teaching them."
'Rock'in Role Model
One thing that's very important to Haddish is being a role model and setting her sights high for herself. The "Last Black Unicorn" author explained that action star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been her most recent inspiration.
"I've been studying him a lot on YouTube and stuff," Haddish said. "I'm like, If he can make $65 million, I can make $65 million too. I want to get on that Forbes magazine, not for the money, but to be an example to other foster youths that it don’t matter how low from the bottom you are, you can always rise to the top if you believe in yourself."
We believe in you too, Tiffany.
"Night School" hits theaters September 28.