She just released a memoir called "The Last Black Unicorn", her movie "Girls Trip" made bank at the box office this summer, and she recently became the first black female comedian to host "Saturday Night Live". In fact, Swift liked Haddish so much that she invited her to a potluck dinner party-and even agreed to make Haddish's favorite dishes. "And then there she was, Barbra Streisand and she's like "Tiffany" and I'm like 'waddup girl!"
"That's my sister, we related", Tiffany says of the legendary actress. Haddish took her up on her offer but under the condition that the Tennessee musician cooks her some "barbecue chicken, potato salad, and brisket".
"The chicken was bomb", she said. Also, Haddish's specialty will be her joyful collard greens, which she cultivates with the power of smiling. "Taylor can cook", Haddish praised. "These greens are so delicious.' And I was like, 'Girl, cause them is joyful greens!'"
Tiffany Haddish is absolutely killing the game lately. I go to all these different places and get greens, and they're never good. The twosome also found common ground in being that they're both from "the hood" of their respected states (Streisand is from Brooklyn, while Haddish hails from South Central). "I smile when I pick the greens, and then when I wash the greens I smile". And then when I cook them, I smile. "Bomb! So good", Haddish raved to Ellen.