Comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish is proving just how multifaceted she is with the release of her humorous but catchy bop “Come and Get Your Baby Daddy.”
The “Night School” star released a teaser for the video just in time to lift the spirits of those reminiscing on all the times they were allowed to gather without being concerned with social distancing.
With lyrics like, “Come and get your baby daddy, come and get your baby daddy, he all on me,” and “this n—a got like 10 kids and no car,” the song struck a nerve with folks on social who could not help but to laugh.
“and NO CAR THO!!!! 😂😂😂” and “That ish took me out!! 😭😭😭😭😭😭” read comments from folks tickled by the “no car” line in the song.
“Yo you did not have to go so hard with the first line 🙌🔥,” wrote another person.
“Savage!!!! She Ready” and “A WHOLE quarantine vibe 😭” chimed in others.
“SUCH A BOP. catchy as hell and hilarious”
Haddish even enlisted some of her fellow comedian and acting friends like Bresha Webb, Ron G and Alex Thomas for the video. To further prove that she was playing no games, or April Fool’s Day prank, Haddish secured highly sought-after director Chris Robinson, the director behind “ATL” and several 1990’s and early 2000’s music videos.
When the funny lady isn’t collecting a check from movies, television shows, stand-up shows or her book sales, apparently she’s at home being a “mermaid in a garden.”
The 40-year-old Haddish recently shared her green thumb with social while hopping around her garden of swiss chard, sweet peppers and other greenery while rocking a mermaid fin.