Boosie offers to save Tiffany Haddish’s career after she ‘lost everything’

Boosie Badazz offers to save Tiffany Haddish’s career after actress claimed she “lost everything‘, although a judge this week dismissed child sex abuse charges against her and Aries Spears.

The lawsuit, which was filed earlier this month on September 1, was finally dropped on Tuesday after two plaintiffs – a brother and a sister – allege Haddish and Spears “harassed” and “groomed” them when they were just seven and was 14 years old.

The allegation relates to a comedy skit titled “Through the Eyes of a Pedophile.”

Boosie Badazz defends Tiffany Haddish after child molestation lawsuit was dismissed

Meanwhile, the Baton Rouge-born rapper took a moment to offer his support to Haddish in a tweet On Wednesday, he told the actress and comedian that he “can pay[her]what they paid you, but I got a check and I’d happily pay you to do a comedy with me.”

“@TiffanyHaddish I CAN’T PAY YOU WHAT THEY PAID YOU BUT I HAVE A CHECK. NI WOULD LIKE TO PAY YOU TO MAKE A COMEDY WITH ME Lawsuit SIS! YOUR A STAR U CAN PRODUCE YOUR OWN MOVIES,” he wrote.

He went on to tell Haddish that after her charges were dismissed, she now has a “billion dollar lawsuit,” adding, “You’re a star, you can produce your own movies.”

It’s not yet known if Haddish will accept Boosie’s offer.

Haddish had told it TMZ that while she is relieved that the lawsuit against her will be dismissed, she has nevertheless lost all of her upcoming performances due to the backlash she received following news of the lawsuit.

“I lost everything,” she said. “All my gigs gone. all gone I have no job. I don’t have a job, brother.”

Boosie himself has been “cancelled” in the past after homophobic rants cost him reality TV show

Boosie may sympathize with Haddish’s plight because he too was previously “cancelled” following his homophobic tirade against rapper Lil Nas X, which saw his reality TV show scrapped.

He shared the experience in a recent interview with VladTV, saying the show had “some good pilots for it,” but “that was when the gay shit was around me … when we were ready to showcase it.”

“We tried and got some good pilots for it,” he said. “When we were preparing to put it up, the gay shit was all around me and all that shit was going on,” Boosie explained. “You know when I said I hate gays and stuff. You know what I’m talking about, mane.

Boosie shared his last encounter with the police after being pulled over and rapped his hit single
Boosie shared his final encounter with the police after being pulled over and rapped his hit single “Set It Off.” (Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Boosie added that “they tried to turn me against the gay world” and that “a lot of people backed down.”

“They tried to turn me against the gay world. Many people fell back. I personally didn’t like that. I felt like I was thrown away. I was like, ‘Fuck that. fuck you all I don’t need this shit. Look at what you want me to make of this movie.” Basically, that was it.”

Haddish on Dismissal: “I’ve lost everything, all my gigs are gone,” Jane Doe’s plaintiff makes a statement

As The shadow room‘s China Lovelace previously reported that Tiffany Haddish spoke out herself after the lawsuit against her and Aries Spears alleging child sex abuse was dismissed. Speaking to TMZ at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), she said she was relieved the lawsuit was being dismissed but said it hurt her career.

Before leaving, she told the reporter she didn’t have a job.

As we previously reported, the plaintiff, identified as Jane Doe, filed Monday to dismiss the case with prejudice.

In the lawsuit, the two comedians were accused of grooming and molesting Jane Doe and her younger brother when they were fourteen and seven. The drop in the case comes after rumors of a possible settlement surfaced last week.

Jane released a statement after the firing, saying, “We now know she would never harm me or my brother” and “wished tiffany well.”

Tiffany Haddish Responds to Child Abuse Lawsuit and Regrets Acting in Sketch
Tiffany Haddish at the premiere of “Easter Sunday” at the TCL Chinese Theater on August 2, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Mark Von Holden/Variety via Getty Images)

“My family and I have known Tiffany Haddish for many years – and we now know that she would never harm me or my brother or help anyone else do anything that could harm us,” Jane wrote. “We wish Tiffany the best and we can all put this behind us.”

It’s unclear which projects Haddish was cut from, but the actress has been confirmed to appear in Girl Trip 2

Tiffany has taken responsibility for her actions and expressed regret for doing the skit in an Instagram post on September 5.

It’s unclear what jobs Tiffany lost, but she has been confirmed to star in ‘Girl Trip 2’ with Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith. In August, during an appearance on Good Morning America, Regina confirmed that filming had not started due to scheduling conflicts.

“I hate disappointing. We are not in production. We’re not there yet,” the actress said. “I can’t wait to see the script. It will happen; it is what i was told; I heard you write,” she continued. “Everything is slowed down by schedules. It wanted to move, and then Omicron happened.”

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