After what seemed like some severe shade throwing at Tiffany Haddish from her The Last O.G. co-star Tracy Morgan, the comedienne is letting us know she ain't bothered nor bruised. 

In her recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Haddish addressed some recent comments from fellow comedian Tracy Morgan. During a recent interview with Vulture Festival, Morgan was asked about working with Haddish, who plays Shay, an ex-girlfriend whose life flourished while her former boyfriend Tray, Morgan's character, was in prison. Morgan's interview with Vulture raised eyebrows after it became clear when you're talking to him, you need to be talking about him, as well. When asked about Haddish, he very quickly shut it down. 

"We're not gonna go there," he said. "Because this isn't Tiffany's show. This is Tracy Morgan. This is The Last O.G. If you're going to go there, ask that about Tiffany, ask that about Cedric, ask that about craft services, everyone that comes to work on that show. I don't like that."


When people came to her defense, she was quick to let people know that it's no biggie for her.

"You guys, chill. He’s probably just tired of hearing my name. It’s exhausting. I’m tired of hearing my name," she said. "I could see how that could be irritating, like, ‘Hello, I died, people. I’m back from the dead. Tiffany’s cool, but it’s me sitting here now.’ So I get it, I’m not mad about it, I love me some Tracy.”

It seems to be all love between the two, no matter what was said.  When the duo sat down with the Associated Press in April, Morgan and Haddish were candid about their unique chemistry.

“I already knew that she was a tough cookie before I got to the set,” he said. “That’s what made me pick her [for the role].”