Tiffany Haddish Wants Man Who Can Make Her Feel Safe After Shes Disappointed by Common
The ‘Girls Trip’ actress opens up on what she is looking for in a man after she was ‘disappointed’ by her rapper ex following his remarks about their separation earlier this year.
AceShowbiz –Tiffany Haddish revealed her ideal man just in time for Christmas. The 42-year-old actress/comedienne took to Twitter to share what she was looking for in a man following her separation from rapper Common earlier this year.
Without mentioning her ex, the brunette star wrote, “I want a man in my life I can share my success with, my joy, my body and all while I feel safe with him, and he feels the same with me. Does anyone know how to make that happen?”
Her comments came after she felt disheartened by the remarks her former boyfriend gave to public about the reason why they split, “I was very disappointed. I was like, ‘Oh, OK. ‘Cause that’s not what you told me, but OK.’ “
Common previously claimed their hectic lives were to blame for the breakup. “I don’t think the love really dispersed. I think it was just like we weren’t feeding the relationship,” he told Hollywood Unlocked.
He apparently found it tough to keep their sparks alive while focusing on his career. “It was harder for me to balance all of that and keep the relationship fed,” so he said.
He suggested it was the same with Tiffany. In a separate occasion, he said the actress was tired all the time because of her busy schedule. She often fell asleep when they tried to spend quality time during quiet movie nights.
However, Tiffany disputed his claims as she said in a more recent interview, “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.”
Although she missed him “from time to time,” she insisted she’s doing OK, “I think, any intimate relationship that you might have, you miss them. But I’m fine with it. It’s cool.”
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