Tiffany Haddish Says She’s Back On Dating Apps And Shares Her Deal Breakers
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Tiffany Haddish Says She’s Back On Dating Apps And Shares Her Deal Breakers

"It's an adventure... You know I'm all about adventure."

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Tiffany Haddish is “back out in the streets.” The Girls Trip star visited Late Night with Seth Meyers and opened up about her dating life following her split from Common. One of the ways she is meeting guys is by getting on dating apps. “It’s interesting… it’s an adventure. You know I’m all about adventure,” she said.

“I’m back on the dating apps. I put all my requirements in my profile.” Her requirements include having a good credit score and good hygiene. While she didn’t share any details on the type of guy she is looking for, she did reveal the types of guys that are trying to pursue her.

“I been attracting a lot of hip hop kind of guys and I don’t mind them wearing jewelry. But if you own a bunch of diamonds but you don’t own no land, that’s a problem for me,” she said. “Land, then diamonds. ‘Cause, where do the diamonds come from? The land. So own the land, then get the diamonds. I got diamonds ’cause I got land.”

It’s not surprising that the comedian is attracting “hip hop kind of guys” based on her past dating experience. Tiffany dated Common for a year after meeting on the set of the 2019 film The Kitchen. Speaking of dating apps, the former couple had a virtual date for a Bumble campaign in 2020 and were later quarantined together during the coronavirus pandemic.

“I went into this period of dating. At this point, our friendship was getting a little bit more than friendship but not quite because COVID happened and we were, like, quarantined,” she said of dating Common in a July 2020 Wild Ride! With Steve-O podcast interview. “So then we’re, like, FaceTiming all the time and then he got tested for everything. I got tested for everything. And yeah, we’ve been f--king.”

Common confirmed their breakup in December 2021 and had nothing but great things to say about his now ex. “It probably was the most mature relationship I have been in … meaning the communication, the respect, just all around,” he said during a Hollywood Unlocked With Jason Lee Uncensored interview. He blamed their split on them having busy schedules.

Tiffany, however, claimed that wasn’t true when she also appeared on Hollywood Unlocked Uncensored with Jason Lee following Common’s interview. "I was very disappointed. I was like, 'Oh, okay. 'Cause, that's not what you told me, but okay,'" she said. "He might be the type of person that never really settles with somebody, maybe he's like, you know, like a bee going from flower to flower to flower. I don't know. I wish him nothing but joy and happiness, you know. He will always be cool."

The former flames seem to be on good terms though after the Grammy award-winning rapper wished the Night School star a happy birthday in December. She later returned the favor in March by copying his exact Instagram birthday post to her.

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