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Tiffany Haddish has heard her fans loud and clear.
The comedian came under fire after her New Year's Eve show broke down so heavily with the audience that the participants allegedly went out. After entering the stage at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, it finally became clear that the Emmy winner had a stony night. "That's strange for me," admitted the 39-year-old. "Well, that will be on TMZ or whatever."
"Every day is not the best day, but we do what we do," she said in a video released by TMZ. "It is what it is."
Haddish added, "This will probably be the only time you will see me like this because I will never do this again … I will never allow myself to be this suffering." f-k out.
The star finally took a sip from a bottle before returning it to the audience.
Earlier in the day, Haddish promoted the show, while at the same time revealing that it had celebrated until the morning.
She went to bed at 7am, "she told the fans in an Instagram video." Ciroc is still in my system. "
However, the comedian could not shy away from the ensuing negative press The Roots article about her performance tweeted Haddish: "Yes, that's what happened. I wish it was better Miami. "
When she concluded," I prayed for it and I have a strong feeling that this will never happen again.
Some celebrities, such as Questlove consoled the star publicly. "Failure is part of the growth and the lessons are learned," he tweeted to Haddish. "The crowd will speak forever that night, so they had an experience and you are the wiser one. Not the end of the world. They will seem more in 201