It looks like things may slowly but surely be turning around for Tiffany Haddish. The comedian and actress has been having quite a rough season in her career recently. However, after revealing that jobs on her docket have been dropped, a beacon of light has seemingly shone on the comedian. Controversial rapper Boosie Badazz has appeared to offer the actress a job.
In addition to many recent projects the actress has released, there was much more in store for Tiffany Haddish. In speaking with PEOPLE this past June, the Easter Sunday actress revealed that there were two film projects that she was in the midst of completing. “Once I finish these two, I got two more movies to do…,” Tiffany Hadish said.
One of those projects Tiffany Haddish mentioned could have been the upcoming comedy Back on the Strip, which also stars Spence Moore II and Wesley Snipes. According to IMDB, two other films are in post-production.
Tiffany Haddish is set to star in Disney’s Haunted Mansion alongside a star-studded cast that includes Rosario Dawson, LaKeith Stanfield, Owen Wilson, and more. The movie is scheduled to be released in August of 2023. Additionally, the actress has a leading role in the upcoming sci-fi movie Landscape With Invisible Hand. However, there is currently no information concerning its release date.
Fans may also recall when in 2021, The Hollywood Reporter announced Tiffany Haddish was preparing for a planned biopic centered around multi-Olympic Gold medalist Florence Griffith Joyner. The publication also reported that she would produce the film in addition to starring in the lead role.
But Tiffany Haddish shockingly revealed recently that all of her upcoming gigs were not only in jeopardy but gone. When a TMZ reporter caught up with the actress while she walked through the airport, she expressed that she had “lost everything.”
However, upon hearing this news, Boosie Badazz appeared with an opportunity for Tiffany Haddish. The “Period” rapper took to Twitter to express his wishes to “made a comedy” with the actress. But there’s one caveat. The rapper admits that he cannot “pay you what they was paying you.”