Thursday, November 8, 2018

Tiffany Haddish Working On Rap Album

Comedic actress Tiffany Haddish apparently wants to dip her toes in the rap world. In a new interview with The New York Times, the breakout star talked about what she wants to do outside of acting, which includes “dabbling in music” & “trying to make a rap album.”

Although Haddish didn’t specifically discuss any details surrounding her rap goals, she did open about her meteoric rise to superstardom & confess a sexual assault at 17-years-old almost ruined her.

“I literally wanted to kill myself,” she said. “I felt like everything in my life & everybody that came around was out to hurt me.”

At 21, her stepfather confessed he’d snipped her mom’s brakes & intended for Haddish & her siblings to be in the car. To this day, she’s unsure if he was telling the truth or trying to lure her out of her depression.

At the urge of a therapist, Haddish started doing stand-up comedy and the rest is history.

“The end goal,” Haddish said, “is to create intergenerational wealth and spread joy, and make sure everyone who works with me can spread the same thing and have it trickle down.”

Haddish isn’t the first comedian looking to make a rap record. In 2009, comedian Mike Epps actually pulled it off and released Funny Bidness: Da Album featuring song titles such as “The Bitch Won’t Leave Me Alone” and “Trying To Be A Gangsta.”

Young Dro, Slim Thug, Too $hort, DJ Quik, Flo Rida, Snoop Dogg and Young Jeezy were among those who contributed to the album.