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Tiffany Haddish jokes that her head ‘felt kinda like a penis’ when she shaved her hair off

Tiffany Haddish has opened up about why she decided to shave her hair off last summer, joking that the result ‘kind felt like a penis’.

The Girls Trip actor, 41, revealed on Straight Up With Steve Austin that she was curious to see her scalp for the first time.

She explained: ‘I wanted to see my scalp! I’ve never seen it before. And so I wanted to see it, and I love it!’

Steve, 56, who’s bald himself, complimented Tiffany on how well she pulled the look off, adding: ‘I dig it. And you’re beautiful anyway, but see, it’s cool because a lot of people when they shave their head, I mean, they got a f**ked up shaved head!’

Tiffany joked in response that her fully shaved head reminded her of something: ‘When it’s all the way bald, it kinda feels like a penis.’

The actress and comedian had told fans that she had shaved her head last year for her role in The Card Counter with Willem Defoe.

She added that she also wanted to cut down the time she spent on her natural hair as she was wearing wigs anyway.

Tiffany has been rocking her new shorter do ever since, showing off the words ‘She Ready’, her catchphrase, which was shaved into the back of her head and coloured gold by her hairdresser.

Showing off the look on Instagram, she told her followers: ‘Results of the She Ready hair cut by @lamarr_randle I Love this haircut!!!’

Tiffany added on Instagram Live: ‘I’ve always wanted something cool on my head. When people see me coming they’ll be like, “I think that’s Tiffany.”

‘Then I’m gonna walk past them and they gonna see “She Ready” and they gonna know what it is!’


Credit: Original article published here.

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