Tiffany Haddish has a ton of new projects heading to the big and small screens but she may have a new man to focus on if these rumors are true.
Several sources are speculating that the Girl’s Trip star has nabbed a new beau and is dating the NYC-based socialite, Unik Ernest.
Page Six describes him as a “nightlife impresario” and says the pair met at the May premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story. Other outlets say he is an “entrepreneur/ philanthropist” but not descriptions suggest he’s super paid and his social media feed is flooded with photos of him with celebrities like Diddy, Akon, Katy Perry and Spike Lee among others.
According to reports, they were spotted looking cozy at the NYC premiere of Spike Lee‘s latest flick, Black Kkklansman. Ernest shared an Instagram video of Tiffany Haddish dancing and maddest clear he noticed her moves when he commented “Beauty is an understatement!”
He also posted a photo of Tiffany Haddish kissing Danny Glover.
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Haddish is constantly joking about her love life but she recently opened up about her tough exterior in her cover interview for Glamour. In it, she revealed that she’s extremely guarded with men and sometimes uses aggression as a defense mechanism after being raped by a police cadet when she was 17-years-old.
““That whole experience put me in such a messed-up place for a long time and I ended up going to counseling…I notice that men are afraid of women that are aggressive. So to protect myself I become semi-aggressive,” she said. “You hear about, ‘Tiffany always hitting on somebody,’ but that’s to keep them from hitting on me.”
And she’s not afraid to call Hollywood predators out as well.
“I’ve had experiences where directors or producers are like [suggestively], ‘You want this job?’” she added. “I might get real bossy and say, ‘First off, don’t nobody want to see your little d—!’ I get loud, all that.”