Tiffany Haddish And Common Have Been Boo’d Up During Quarantine
The comedienne revealed she was riding out the COVID-19 crisis with the rap legend.
May 04, 2020 at 6:32 pm
The stars were recording a PSA for Budweiser about quarantine life, and Wade jokingly asked the comedienne if she had any "tea" to spill, Billboard reported. She quickly panned her camera to show Common sitting next to her with a mask on.
"This weekend, I took @tiffanyhaddish on a @bumble virtual date. We talked about our goals, we ordered food (for ourselves and for the frontline workers at hospitals in our community,) and we danced. Connection is more important than ever right now. Stay home, and stay safe with us," he wrote in an Instagram post.
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This weekend, I took @tiffanyhaddish on a @bumble virtual date. We talked about our goals, we ordered food (for ourselves and for the frontline workers at hospitals in our community,) and we danced. Connection is more important than ever right now. Stay home, and stay safe with us. #BumblePartner
Since December, people have asked the legendary rapper and actor about his relationship with Haddish. The two have also made a few appearances together.
During an interview with Hoda Kotb on Today, Haddish joked about her potential relationship with the 48-year-old rapper, telling the host “Get out my bedroom, Hoda!”
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) April 22, 2020
Despite her denials, Haddish has hinted over the past month that Common had been quarantining with her. Haddish spoke with Cedric The Entertainer during a Facetime chat and showed the rapper with her.
"While we are at home a lot of times alone, alone doesn’t mean lonely. Tiffany is a beautiful, wonderful person. She’s a lovely person. So when [this opportunity] was presented to me, I was like, 'Yes,'" Common said in an interview with Men's Health.
"I found out she liked pickles. I sent her a jar of pickles as a gift. And I like palo santo a lot. I sent some of those [palo santo sticks] to her," Common said after the Bumble date.
Common and Haddish also announced that they are donating $50,000 through Bumble’s Community Grants Program to food industry businesses that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.