Tiffany Sarac Haddish is one of America’s well known actressed, comedienne, and author of several books. Noted for guest-starring on several television series, Haddish gained prominence with her role as Nekeisha Williams on the NBC sitcom The Carmichael Show.
The actress has for the very first time opened up on why she has no child yet.
From various tweets of hers, Tiffany Haddish is now getting real about the reasons she feels nervous anytime the subject of childbirth is mentioned.
After opening up on Carmelo Anthony’s “What’s in Your Glass” on Monday, the renowned comedienne has now started opening up more about how racism is the sole reason why she feels scared to be called a mom.
Among other things, the 40-year-old actress spoke at length with her dreadfulness with black kids in America and how recent police brutality has become the last straw to break the camel’s back.
Read her full statements and concerns below;
“I’m a little older now and people are always asking when I’m gonna have some babies”.
“There’s a part of me that would like to do that, and I always make up these excuses like, ‘Oh, I need a million dollars in the bank before I do that, I need this, I need that.’ But really, it’s like, I would hate to give birth to someone that looks like me … knowing that they’re gonna be hunted or killed,” she said with tears in her eyes. “Like, why would I put someone through that?”
“And white people don’t have to think about that,” Haddish noted. “It’s time to talk about that, and how we have to come together as a community and work as a unit — and maybe we don’t all agree on the same things, but we need to just find some common ground and move forward as human beings.”