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Since Tiffany Haddish raised to fame, she's been a favorite of many
In an interview on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk," Haddish revealed that Drake had (possibly) asked her out one a date, only to bail at the last minute.
According to Haddish, she and Drake were texting while they were planning the video for "Nice For What" (which Haddish had a part in) and Drake offered to take her out to dinner. Haddish, naturally, said yes.
"I block all this time off, like, I'm gonna get my mustache waxed, get my armpits waxed, got me a nice little dress. Then I'm like, 'So what time are we heading out? Are you sending a car?'" Haddish said. "And he's like, 'Oh, man, my bad.'"
Drake, as it turns out, had a family emergency and was in Canada at the time.
"I could have made $100,000 today," Haddish said. "But I was trying to see what that D do. But all right."
In fairness to Drake, a family emergency is a pretty legitimate reason to cancel a date. But it doesn't seem as though he tried to reschedule