Posted by on January 2, 2019 12:17 pm
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Sometimes you just have one of those nights.

Tiffany Haddish’s disastrous and immediately viral New Year’s Eve show in Miami became the talk of social media for a full day after footage of the performance hit Twitter and Instagram. Addressing the criticism herself, Haddish apologetically acknowledged the bad stand-up show at the James L. Knight Center that reportedly led to audience walkouts. “Yes this happened,” she tweeted. “I wish it was better Miami. I prayed on it and I have a strong feeling this will never [happen] again.”

From viral videos and audience members’ tweets, it was clear that Haddish went onstage unprepared. “She wasn’t funny, it was hard to watch. Her jokes bombed, started asking people in the front row if they had questions. Then she said people not good on their job everyday,” tweeted one fan, as another gleefully posted Haddish’s onstage flameout and injected himself into the show as she started talking to the audience. “I went to go see if @TiffanyHaddish was actually funny. I ended up doing this,” he mockingly shared. “Conclusion: She is not funny. Horrible show. In her defense, she said she was having a rough night. She didn’t have to be up there. She ended up inviting me up on stage to tell jokes.”

Read more at The Daily Beast.