Tiffany Haddish is still feeling the burn from disappointed fans who continue to weigh in on her disastrous showing at Miami’s James L. Knight Center on New Year’s Eve (as we reported here).
Raking in jeers and boos from audience members for her forgotten lines and flat jokes (as some even walked out of the performance in disgust), the backlash and negative press from the incident not only led the 39-year-old to offer an apology, but now an explanation.
Taking to TMZ, Tiff shared:
“See, your brain is an interesting thing when it don’t get the proper amount of rest,” she said. “You gotta understand, I’ve worked almost every day last year.”
Look inside to see what else she said:
“I worked all the way up until New Years, I get out to Miami, I wanna celebrate this prosperity… I’m mad it went a little bit overboard,” she continued.
Going to explain that she was only home for 40 days in 2018 and slept in her own bed just 28 times, Haddish also had a few words for the critics who continue to judge her comedic missteps:
“I think people should get on stage and try it 10 times, and see where they end up,” she stated. “It’s a lot of work to get to where I’m at.”
Click here to see what else she had to say about the failed performance.