Tiffany Haddish 'Afraid for My Life' When Police Pulled Guns

The battle for police reform is personal for Tiffany Haddish.

She recalled, when she was just 18 and homeless, police pulled guns on her and left her "super afraid for my life."

She made the reveal Thursday during an appearance on theHustling with Vivica A. Foxpodcast. Tiffany said, "I was sleeping in my car, and I was smoking [marijuana] in my car … and they pulled guns on me. They searched my vehicle. … I didn't make no fuss about it or nothing, I just let them know I was scared, that I'm not doing anything wrong."

Tiffany was able to defuse the situation with jokes, but she was ticketed for possession, which was later reduced to disturbing the peace, but most importantly, she was not shot or physically abused by the cops. (USA Today)

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