Tiffany Haddish Responds To Bombing During Miami Comedy Set

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Tiffany Haddish has apologized for her New Year's Eve show during which many fans walked out on her.

"I think people should get onstage and try it [themselves], at least 10 times and let's see where you end up", she challenged people who criticized her. "Let's see if you end up in two movies that make No. 1 comedies over $100 million worldwide in two years". I love you Tiffany but I wish you would reconsider this route of protest. "I'm gonna try my best for it to not happen again, but it might". Audience members started walking out during her show where a lot of her jokes weren't landing - at least the ones she remembered. One person at the show recalled Tiffany saying, "This is weird for me".

"This is going to be on TMZ or whatever", the "Girls Trip" actress-comedian told the unhappy patrons. "I can still feel the Ciroc in my system". "F**k it", she reportedly said, flustered by her lack of a performance. Conclusion: She is not amusing. "She ended up inviting me up on stage to tell jokes". People are allowed to practice freedom of speech, however, if he felt that strongly about it, he could have left just like others did.

The Night School star explained further that she would ensure nothing like that would ever happen again.

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Folks at the show also expressed their opinions on Twitter.

- McCorkleEverAfter ♌️ (@iLittleMac)This is the price of fame when you're a comic. "No REAL comic never bombs", wrote Kathy Griffin.

You are a hilarious, incredible talent @TiffanyHaddish and I can't wait to see you live! He said, "Failure is a part of growth and lessons get learned".

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