‘SNL’: Tiffany Haddish riffs on foster homes, sexual harassment in Hollywood

The “Girls Trip” star was more than “Ready” for her “Saturday Night Live” debut.

During her monologue, Haddish riffed on several subjects, from the foster care system in which she grew up — “I want to thank anyone who paid taxes between 1990 and 1999, because if you hadn’t paid your taxes I wouldn’t be here today” — to life in group homes — “I lived in group homes and my favorite show was SNL, you have no idea how hard it is to get a room of Hispanic and black kids to watch SNL over In Living Color” — to the rampant sexual harassment and abuse in Hollywood.

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“Listen fellas, if you got your thang-thang out and she got all her clothes on — you’re wrong,” Haddish said, alluding to comedian Louis C.K.’s recent confirmation of sexual misconduct involving masturbating in front of women without their consent.

“You’re in the wrong,” she continued, adding, “Wait till she take her own clothes. Then, pull your thang-thang out.”

Watch the full bit below.

C.K. was also mentioned in the show’s cold open as well as during SNL’s Weekend Update.

Pulling up a lineup of photos of C.K., producer Harvey Weinstein, ex-House of Cards actor Kevin Spacey, Republican Alabama Senate nominee Roy Moore, Weekend Update co-host Colin Jost noted, “It’s a good weekend to stay inside, since it’s 20 degrees and everyone you’ve ever heard of is a sex monster.”


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