Katt Williams wasn’t the only comedian that had beef with Tiffany Haddish. During a promotional run for his TBS comedy with the rising star, Tracy Morgan seemed to become aggravated with questions about his cast mate.
While being interviewed by Vulture, a journalist asked Morgan how he felt about Tiffany Haddish’s popularity to which he responded: “We’re not going to go there, because Tiffany is not the only one. This is Tracy Morgan, ‘The Last O.G. So if you’re going to ask that about Tiffany, ask that about [their co-star Cedric the Entertainer] and ask that about craft services . . . Everyone that comes to work every day on that show. I love Tiffany, but how I run my set is different.”
Although he did end his statement with a compliment, some felt that the reply was shade. One of those critic’s included comedian Lil Rel.
The ‘Rel’ star tweeted: “This is one hating ass dude right here that show would be nothing if @TiffanyHaddish wasn’t on it… Don’t bite the hand that keeps you relevant!!!”
During an appearance on ‘Uncensored,’ Rel explained where his frustration came from. The prime time star revealed that he doesn’t have a problem with Tracy but he didn’t like the way the 50-year-old was treating Tiffany.
“I mean, just the anger he got just as soon as they mentioned her name… that arrogance of not being able to praise this beautiful, talented Black woman was disgusting.”
The two men met face to face recently and seemingly settled whatever beef they had from the comments made.
In an Instagram post of Rel and Tracy posing for a photo alongside a caption that read: “A conversation goes a long way and as long as respect and love is shown I’m good with anybody that displays that… With that being said me a Tracy good lol… Today was fun.”