Wendy Williams Warns Tiffany Haddish About Dating Common: Don’t Fall In Love, He Is NOT Good With Women [VIDEO]

Common, Wendy Williams, Tiffany Haddish

Wendy Williams Warns Tiffany Haddish About Dating Common: Don’t Fall In Love, He Is NOT Good With Women [VIDEO]

In the April 8th shelter-in-place edition of the Wendy Williams Show, Wendy @ Home, Wendy Williams touched on the quarantine practices of comedic actress, Tiffany Haddish (40 years old)and rapper turned actor, Common (48 years old).

Like most of the U.S., the Girls Trip actress is abiding by rules to stay at home to reduce the spread of the unwieldy Coronavirus. To our surprise, her could-be quarantine-mate turned out to be no other than Chicago native, Common (real name Lonnie Corant Jaman Shuka Rashid Lynn).

As a friend to Tiffany, Wendy started off with a sly approval:

“I like Tiffany Haddish and Common, only because she’s been lusting after him for so long. So it appears that they might be quarantining together.”

“Maybe she’s working on music. She’s into that music thing. She’s gonna put out a new single and all like that. Are they quarantined together? I believe, yes. You know, she talked real girl-talk about what she’d do to him. So I guess it’s going down.”

In a quick moment of reflection, Wendy clarified her sentiments.

“Tiffany the thing is, don’t fall too hard in love. Common is not good with women. That’s all I’m saying. He keeps ya, until he’s done with ya.”

Wendy says to her producer Norman:

“What’s his longest girlfriend?”

Angela Rye, Common





Her Producer responds:

He was with Angela Rye recently, for a while. He was with, I believe Erykah Badu, I think at one point. Yea, Taraji [P. Henson], Serena Williams.

That seemed to validate Wendy’s concerns:

“Exactly. Who’s he with now? He’s moved on. He’s what, 48yrs old? No kids?”

See the clip below.





Tiffany and Common have been dangling bait regarding their budding friendship for quite some time now.

Although, Tiffany has been more forthright about the possibility of dating the Barbershop, actor.

What do you think about Wendy’s comments about Common? Let us know in the comments. 





Authored by: tjbwriteratlanta