Drake stood up Tiffany Haddish and it cost her $100,000

Tiffany Haddish admits that Drake caught her eye and that she waxed her mustache and armpits for their potential date but he stood her up for a family emergency.

                            Drake stood up Tiffany Haddish and it cost her $100,000
Tiffany Haddish (Getty Images)

In Monday’s edition of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook talk show, ‘Girls Trip’ star Tiffany Haddish showed up to Smith’s house with a Target cooler filled with Tuscan kale. That’s when you know the 'Red Table Talk' is about to get interesting. The two discussed things that you probably don’t want to miss out on. Let’s just say they had something to do with Drake, Beyoncé, and d**k pics.

Of course, the ‘Girls Trip’ co-stars discussed love lives. Tiffany said, "I love me a lot. I'm very busy. I would like to date. I really don't have a lot of time for it, but when somebody asks me out on a date that I'm interested in hanging out with, I will clear the schedule, I will make some time," she explained.

Apparently, the music sensation Drake caught her eye when she asked her to be in his music video for “Nice for What.” She said: "He's like, 'let me take you to dinner.' I was like shoot, I'm gonna get my mustache waxed, get my armpits waxed. Got me a nice little dress." But all that grooming was for nothing, for Drake ended up bailing on the date at the last minute due to a “family emergency.” Right before she was about to head out asked him: "So what time are we heading out? Are you sending a car?'" He replied with a simple 'Oh, man, my bad,' she added. "I was like okay, I could have made $100,000 today, but I was trying to see what that D do," she said. Of course, if you’ve seen the music video for “Nice for What” you know she’s in it. So, it seems like their professional relationship thrived, not so much their personal one.

On the topic of Drake, it’s probably the right time to mention that Tiffany has a special book dedicated solely for penis pictures. Tiffany told Jada about her unique collection when they were filming together. Tiffany joked about her secret book. She told Jada: "I was doing research, because I'm a scientist. I'm a penialtologist. When I was younger, anytime I would go on a date, I would ask a guy if I could see his penis and then I would pull out my disposable camera and ask can I take a picture of your penis. I'm like, I don't want your face or anything, I just want to remember your penis," she continued.

"They'd be holding it in their hands and from their hands you can see, dirty nails, dirty d**k. The tip of their penis matched the tip of their fingernails.” Jada referred tothe conversation as “fascinating” while Tiffany went on about her expertise on male genitals. She said: "It's never about the feet, check them hands. [If] his hands always dry and ashy, his dick probably ashy too!"

While there was a lot of talk about Tiffany’s relationship with potential significant others, she also spoke of her friendship with Queen Bey and the infamous biter story. Earlier this year in March, an actress bit Beyonce’s face at a party, and Tiffany was prepared to fight the culprit to protect the music sensation’s pride, but Beyoncé being her elegant self dealt with the entire situation calmly.

TIME reported Tiffany as saying: “Near the end of the party, Beyoncé’s at the bar, so I said to Beyoncé, ‘Did she really bite you?’ She was like, ‘Yeah.’ I was like, ‘She gonna get her a** beat tonight.’ She was like, ‘Tiffany, no. Don’t do that. That b****h is on drugs. She not even drunk. The b****h is on drugs. She not like that all the time. Just chill.’”

Tiffany recalled the drama-filled night and took a moment to thank Beyoncé for dealing with things the way she did. "She protected me. I could have for sure went to jail," she said. "I wanted her to know that I consider her a hero. I was going into my hood mentality." She also added that the best part of being successful was having Queen Bey saying her name in a song. "I made it, this is it, I'm a celebrity now," she exclaimed.

Tiffany also opened up about her past as a standup comedian before “Girls Trip” quick-started her road to fame. She said that there’s “definitely a lot of sexual harassment in comedy because comedians are perverts. She continued: “I always handled it well though, I always turned it around on them. What a man can't handle is an aggressive woman. That scares the f**k out of them. I figured it out early. First, they'd be pushing up on me like, 'If you want 5 minutes of stage time you gonna have to give me five minutes. What you gonna do for it?' I'm like, 'I'm not going up my body for no damn stage time.' You gonna make money off me and I'm gonna give up my p***y? Nope!"

She also shared a piece of advice to women who find themselves in such situations: "Get aggressive right back. They try to snatch your light man, you can't let them have your light," she said.