Tiffany Haddish took no crap from a boyfriend who was unfaithful. So she defecated in his high-end sneakers.
In a Bleacher Report interview posted Monday (see the 8:00 mark above), the “Girls Trip” star told the Toronto Raptors’ Serge Ibaka about the time she pulled the disgusting deed on a philandering ex. And she tricked him into putting on his prized kicks before he realized what he had stepped into.
“He cheated on me on videotape on my birthday,” she said without elaborating.
“I felt like he had poo’d on my soul, so then I decided to poop in the sole of his shoes,” she continued.
Haddish, 39, has previously said she pulled the fecal retribution when she was 21.
She told Ibaka she plotted the prank beforehand, eating a distinctive food because she thought it would ensure her boyfriend would know the poop was human, and explained how she soiled the new Jordans and put them back in the box as if nothing had happened.
Then she invited him to play basketball, as they often did.
Once he placed his foot into the sneakers, Haddish said she hotfooted it out of the house, figuring he wouldn’t give chase for one important reason.
A mother beat her seven-year-old with a belt and threatened to ‘break his face’ for disrespecting his teacher in front of two staff members in Texas.
The unnamed woman was filmed hauling the child out of the elementary school in Beaumont by the scruff of his neck.
The mother can be heard swearing as well as using the n-word as she lashes the child with the belt while two staff members stand-by, appearing to do nothing to intervene.
‘Sorry,’ the boy wails in desperation while his furious mother continues to beat him
After the whipping, she pulls her son over to the staff and gets in his face, saying: ‘Are we gonna have this problem anymore? No? Cos if I’ve gotta come back up here, it’s me and you n*****. It’s me and you.’
She continues: ‘If this m*********ing woman calls me again, Imma break your f***ing face. Do you hear me?’
The child’s sobbing reply: ‘Yes, mom.’
The video was viewed over 500,000 times before it was deleted from the social media website.
The Beaumont Independent School District and Child Protective Services have confirmed that they are investigating the incident, KFDM reported.