AceShowbiz - Tiffany Haddish is the latest celebrity to be hit with sexual assault accusations. Rapper Vic Mensa dropped shocking bombshell during his appearance in the latest episode of "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson", claiming that he had an unpleasant experience with the comedian at a New York nightclub.
In episode 31 of the podcast, the rapper told Mike that he met the "Girls Trip" actress last year at a club in New York. Recalling the incident, Vic said that he was smoking a cigarette when Tiffany allegedly approached him. "I've never met her before, and she was like, 'You're way too sexy to be smoking a cigarette' or something like that," he shared.
Vic said that he continued smoking before the actress grabbed for the cigarette all of sudden. The spitter admitted that he felt attracted to Tiffany, saying, "She definitely was sexy in person than I would have thought." However, he noted that she was coming on very strong.
According to the rapper, Tiffany later talked about how she wanted to do a rap album and asked him to write for her. "And I was like, 'Cool!' That would actually be fun and she was rapping one of the songs to me from her rap album and it was something about d**k," he said, before adding that the actress then reached down and "grabbed my nuts" as her parting gesture.
"And I was like, 'I think Tiffany Haddish just sexually assaulted me.' But i did think it was funny," he noted. However, Vic didn't seem to be planning to press charges on Tiffany.
Tiffany has yet to comment on Vic's claims. The actress recently made headlines after putting off her upcoming comedy show in Atlanta, Georgia to take a stand against the state's controversial anti-abortion law. Last month, legislators voted to pass the restrictive HB 481, known as the "heartbeat bill," which will ban terminations as early as six weeks into pregnancy, before many women even know they are pregnant.
"After much deliberation, I am postponing my upcoming show in Atlanta," the star wrote in a statement for The Hollywood Reporter. "I love the state of Georgia, but I need to stand with women and until they withdraw Measure HB 481, I cannot in good faith perform there."