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Tiffany Haddish Quits Twitter After Backlash: ‘I Am Done With This Platform’ 

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Tiffany Haddish publicly announced she was leaving Twitter after getting dragged for days on the platform. 

Most recently, the comedian and girls trip star received backlash after she reposted an LA Times article titled, “Jonathan Majors’ accuser appears to be unhurt and out clubbing in video taken just after alleged…”

Tiffany deleted the tweet, but not before someone captured a screenshot and called her out for seemingly victim-blaming.

Another person wrote, “Tiffany Haddish is a mess. Let’s not forget she and her friends bullied a Black woman doctor into a suicide attempt because she was trying to give them factual information about COVID.”

See the original tweet below.

Unfortunately, the floodgates opened and folks began unearthing everything from an old skit Tiffany did about Chris Brown and Rihanna, to instances of people talking about her unsavory antics and/or behaviors. 

It was all bad. 

See a few more tweets below. 

https://twitter.com/marissaavv/status/1649552946743623680
https://twitter.com/MIK3SWIFE/status/1649072415857602560

Tiffany Haddish took to her Twitter timeline to get one last thing off of her chest before making her grand exit. 

She tweeted:

I guess I am doing my job, people are feeling things and got lots to say. Or is it all AI?

Idk but I wish you all some joy.

I am done with this platform.

You all will never hear from the real Tiffany Haddish again.

Get ready for the real Fakeness.

See her original tweet below. 

Tiffany Haddish Quits Twitter

One of her followers offered her words of encouragement writing:

I’m praying for you Tiffany, because you don’t deserve all this backlash people are giving, but they don’t have that same smoke for them other people.

It’s just not right. Please stay strong my sister.

While the streets of Twitter were flaming Tiffany all weekend, she was “enjoying life” at Barbie‘s house.

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