Tiffany Haddish Says ‘Only One Cancel Me Is God’ After Child Abuse Lawsuit

Tiffany Haddish is speaking out on social media following the dismissal of the child molestation lawsuit filed against her and fellow comedian Aries Spears in September.

In an appreciation message to God, the stand-up comedian brazenly made a strong declaration, implying that no one could “cancel” her in the entertainment industry besides God.

Tiffany Haddish Believes No One But God Can Cancel Her Career

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Responding to a fan who wished her luck and hoped she was not canceled following the scandal, the 42-year-old star declared on Twitter, “Only one cancel me is God!” The follower, who goes by @Bnathan34, was unaware of all the facts relating to the situation, but he hoped his icon would neither be judged nor canceled.

The follower’s message comes in response to Haddish expressing gratitude to God for “redecorating” her life even though she was initially uncomfortable with the touch-ups. In her words:

“God has been redecorating my life lately, and I must say at 1st I was very uncomfortable. But I see where he is going with it, and I am so much better off. Thank You God! You are the best at getting rid of the mess. (and when I say mess, you know who and what I mean, God) Amen [gretful hands emoji].”

Shortly after her ‘only God’ affirmation, fans reacted, with many backing her declaration about being canceled by only God. A follower wrote, “Amen, i know that’s right, girl love you keep your head up,” while another agreed using the words: “True true only god can cancel you.”

At the same time, @Bnathan34 expressed, “Facts I’m wishing the best for you great talent. I just know how the system works today. Hope to see new material soon, much respect of your talent.” One other supporter echoed Haddish’s declaration and expressed love before reminding her to follow “Kevin’s advice” to laugh through her pain.

A screenshot of Tiffany Haddish's tweet and some replies
Twitter | Tiffany Haddish

 The “Girls Trip” actress’s appreciation of God is no doubt warranted given that the alleged child molestation suit filed against her and Spears was supposedly dropped late last month.

According to the documents obtained, which The Blast reported, the accuser, a Jane Doe, dismissed the case with prejudice, meaning she couldn’t turn around and refile a lawsuit against the accused.

The female involved released a statement after the dismissal indicating that she and her family had known Haddish for “many years” and were now aware that she never posed a threat to them.

They also maintained that the Emmy winner would never “help anyone to do anything that could harm us” before wishing her the best and expressing gladness that they could put it all behind them.

Fans would recall that Jane Doe accused Haddish and Spears of “grooming” and “molesting” her and her brother while on the set for a skit filmed years ago. She claimed that she never realized the indecency of the skits at the time while also noting that the scenes were meant to sexualize the youngsters.

Jane Doe specifically mentioned Haddish as the one who made her film scenes that replicated oral sex as food. She further alleged that her brother’s abuse was like hers, featuring him in a pedophile-themed skit.

A photo showing Tiffany Haddish in a sizzling black dress.
Instagram | Tiffany Haddish

The accused initially ignored the allegations and commented through their lawyers that they were being extorted. However, “The Last O.G.” actress eventually released a candid statement expressing her regret.

“The Afterparty” Star’s Career Took A Tumble After Child Abuse Lawsuit Dismissal

Following the lawsuit dismissal, things still did not look so good for Haddish as the child abuse accusations, unfortunately, tainted her rising career in the entertainment industry.

The Blast reported that she revealed so in an interview with TMZ, saying, “I lost everything. All my gigs gone. Everything gone.” While she felt relieved about the lawsuit being dropped, she also expressed “concern” for the accusers, who were 14 and 17 when the supposed abuse occurred.

In the previously filed lawsuit, the accusations against “The Last Black Unicorn” author and Spears included sexual battery, sexual harassment, gross negligence, sexual abuse of a minor, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Haddish was also accused of being neglectful with supervision and breach of fiduciary duty, meaning that she never acted in the teens’ best interest when they were in her care.

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