Tiffany Haddish is under fire for a recent tweet that has sparked outrage even after she deleted it. The controversial star has come under fire yet again, this time for allegedly defending Jonathan Majors amid ongoing abuse allegations.
The comedian tweeted a link to a story about Jonathan Majors’s abuse case, which included an article in which Majors and his lawyer claimed to show that his accuser was unharmed following the alleged abuse. The team included screenshots of alleged security camera footage that they claim proves the victim was not harmed.
Haddish deleted the tweet shortly after it was sent, but many people saw it and took screenshots. Fans jumped on her case because of her own allegations of abuse, wondering why she thought it would be a good idea to defend someone else when she has her own allegations to deal with.
“On top of barely escaping her own questionable behavior involving minors, Tiffany Haddish decides to play patriarchy princess,” one user tweeted.
We previously reported that the lady who accused Tiffany Haddish and comedian Aries Spears of molestation has dropped the case.
According to a court document acquired by TMZ, the plaintiff, a 22-year-old woman known only as Jane Doe, sought that the case be dismissed with prejudice, which means that she is barred from bringing the same claim in that court again.