Tiffany Haddish Wishes Depictions of Police Were More Truthful

Published on June 10, 2020

Tiffany Haddish talks about the growing support movements like Black Lives Matter have received since the murder of George Floyd and the depiction of police in the media.

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  • Farmer Ben 2 years ago


  • New Message 2 years ago

    Imagine how much footage from that Cops show must have been cut and burned in a trash can behind the editing studio.

  • HeyItsMe 2 years ago

    Awesome channel KqOY

  • Vijaylaxmi Sharma 2 years ago

    I love how Seth brought it up instead of Tiffany starting with it. Its so important – media is responsible for the majority of our opinions and critical thinking. Thank you!

  • Benjamin Hooper 2 years ago

    It’s great to see people of all races and back ground coming out with one voice and witness first-hand what minority have been complaining for all these years. My heart is with all those who support and continue to support changes.

  • Jerry Herrera 2 years ago

    woh. the hit the ringer.

  • Thanh Mai 2 years ago

    The truth must be exposed and we all need to fight for change this time. Good for Tiffany for joining the conversation πŸ™ŒπŸ’―

  • Stephanie Amir 2 years ago

    Right on the money Tiffany!

  • Masha Kalinkina 2 years ago

    I love the intimacy of facetiming on these big shows!!! And Tiffany!! And Everything about her perspective & everything about this!!

  • LOw LiFe MOM frOm tHE cITY Page 2 years ago

    Lol Tiffany the greatest she so cute, I’m little can I be her pet!!πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ™ no seriously she’s really great and from foster home and a black woman this lady had to overcome come so much and she’s still a great person so!!!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ™πŸ’•πŸ‘πŸ™

  • Olafolafsen78 2 years ago

    Love to you tiffany

  • Rachelle Greene 2 years ago

    Tiffany is an amazing talent. A brilliant woman, beautiful, funny…if I were not cis-gendered, I would be obsessed. When she self-identified as the Last Black Unicorn, I KNEW that if we ever had occasion to meet, and be vetted by the right mutuals, we would prolly be friends. No lie, she is a goddess. (Which is not to imply I identify as a goddess. That sounded/read weird. She is a goddess. I am a mere adoring mortal.)

  • Black Water 2 years ago

    Fab woman!

  • brian williams 2 years ago

    One big problem is that the politicians from both sides are hiding and those who do listen are ignored or called politically ignorant by the majority of politicians. There is bloody nobody with true power to talk to. Most of them are self serving cowards.

  • Hans Hanzo 2 years ago

    How convenient the cameras of the cops can be shut off, defeating the whole purpose.
    That hollywood movie 8 block where bruce willis turns out to to be a corrupt cop that happens to explore his concience. Or judge dredd is good,

  • Colleen Kelly 2 years ago

    Love Tiffany Haddish. Look at this amazing African American man who is taking black opera around the world to introduce young black children to opera. L.A. Harriett’s tribute to #GeorgeFloyd and #BlackLivesMatter is just BEAUTIFUL: Hopefully he will be coming to Australia as soon as the virus flying ban is over.

  • Ive Peters 2 years ago

    Time to mobilize all those protesting, to Vote.
    For DAs who will pursue bad cops to the fullest extent of the law ,
    For Judges who will give similar sentences for similar crimes, no special treatment,
    For Sheriffs & police Chiefs who know that protect & serve means for everyone,
    Finally to get rid of an incompetent POTUS that only knows how to divide, and all those politicians who can’t voice an opinion because they’re kissing his ass.

  • Red Pill 2 years ago

    The way cops are depicted in the movies are complete lies.

    Police in the United States m*rd*r thousands of citizens every year. Over a thousand a year that they are forced to admit to because they are caught, which does not include the thousands that go unreported. Police brutality cases are like Roaches, for everyone you see there are a thousand you don’t.

    In addition to these thousands m*rd*r*d directly there are tens of thousands m*rd*r*d by police indirectly due to the standard operating procedure of charge stacking by police and prosecutors that force citizens to plead guilty to crimes they do not commit. Every death that occurs in prison of a citizen that is a victim of charge stacking is a m*rd*r by police. Every homeless person that dies in the street from exposure because they can’t get a job due to an unjust criminal record because of charge stacking is a m*rd*r by police.

    Everything children are taught about the US justice system in school are lies. Less than 10% of the American population ever receive a trial due to the immoral and unjust charge stacking standard operating procedure of police and prosecutors, which has made the United States the largest penal colony on Earth.


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