Tiffany Haddish has claimed that she once witnessed another actor biting Beyoncé's face at a party in Los Angeles in December previous year and the reveal has sparked a social media hunt for the alleged culprit.
Fans weren't so quick to be convinced. She told GQ she had no comment and, furthermore, "no knowledge" about the purportedness. Haddish was called out by the Grammy Award victor for revealing that Beyonce nearly beat up an unidentified actress for talking and flirting with husband, Jay-Z according to Hollywood Life. The bitch is on drugs. The former was at the Jay-Z concert that led to the after-party that night, as a tweet dredged up from that night proves.
Other names that have been floated include Jennifer Lawrence, but Vulture claims that she was in NY at the time of the alleged biting incident.
At this point, she said the woman sunk her teeth into Beyonce.
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But then Chrissy Tiegen got involved because she "cannot leave this planet without knowing who bit Beyonce in the face". "I'm looking at how [Netflix has] opened up so many opportunities for Black females and comedy", she said, in reference to comedian Mo'Nique's recent call to boycott the streaming service.
Several celebrities have chimed in to claim they know who did it, while certain actresses have taken to social media to deny that it was them.
When asked for comment, a representative for Beyonce told GQ: "I absolutely can not comment on any of this, as I have no knowledge".
But word got out about the incident, and some believe Beyonce addressed the leak in her cameo on D.J. Khaled's song "Top Off". Actually, how can people get so close to Beyonce's face to actually bite her?