All right, ladies: Hear Tiffany Haddish out!
On Monday’s episode of “The Tonight Show,” host Jimmy Fallon asked the “Girls Trip” star if her stand-up routine has changed since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the worldwide protests against systemic racism.
“Definitely,” the actress replied. “People are always asking me, ‘Tiffany, what can we do? What can we do to make changes?’”
That’s when the 40-year-old proposed that women should stop having sex altogether in order to create positive change for society.
“What I’ve incorporated in my comedy is something that I think that would work, that would change the systemic racism, the injustices that we all suffer. I think the key to it is: All women, just stop having sex. Everyone, just close their legs. Just shut it down,” the comedian explained.
While noting that this has “happened in history before” and that “wars have stopped because of this,” Haddish added, “If every woman just said, ‘That’s it. I’m closing my legs until justice is served, until there is change,’ then things will be great.”
Haddish also joked that “the Karens” will initially be “overwhelmed because they don’t want change,” but that they will soon “be out there getting people registered to vote.”
“Karens are going to be like, ‘Look, I know I was talking crazy a few months ago, but I cannot handle all this sex that I gotta do because everybody shut their legs,’“ she said.
Watch a clip from her interview with Fallon, below:
Last month, Haddish made headlines when she went on Steve-O’s “Wild Ride” podcast and confirmed her relationship with Common!
Calling it “hands down the best relationship I’ve ever been in,” she also said she is “way happier” than ever before.
“Knowing that I got somebody that cares about me, that really has my back — it seems like he does, anyways — and I love it,” she gushed. “I love him.”
After first meeting on the set of the 2019 film “The Kitchen,” Haddish and Common later went on a virtual first date in April as part of a promotion for dating app Bumble.
Get it, girl!