Tiffany Haddish Working On The Rap Album
Los Angeles, CA – Comic actress Tiffany Haddish apparently wants to dip their toes in the world of rap. In a new interview with The New York Times, the breakup of the star talked about what she wants to do out of the performance, which includes "dabbling in the music" and "trying to make a rap album."
Although Haddish not specifically discuss all of the details surrounding his rap goals, she became open about her meteoric rise to world fame and confession of a sexual assault at the age of 17 almost ruined it.
"I literally wanted to kill myself," she said. "I felt like everything in my life and all that came of everything is out to hurt me."
At the age of 21, her stepfather confessed that he had cut off his mother's brakes and the intended Haddish and his brothers to be in the car. To this day, she is sure if he was telling the truth or is trying to lure her out of her depression.
In the impulse of a therapist, Haddish began to do stand-up comedy and the rest is history.
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"The ultimate goal," Haddish said, "is to create intergenerational wealth and the spread of joy, and make sure that all those who work with me may convey the same thing and have drip."
Haddish is not the first comedian looking to make a rap record. In 2009, comedian Mike Epps, the reality of what took place and published by Funny Bidness: Da Album with song titles like "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.