The Talk – Tim Allen Jokes He Mistakenly Gave Tiffany Haddish Money at ‘soup kitchen’

Tim Allen reveals how he didn’t recognize fellow comic Tiffany Haddish at The Golden Globes. “Tiffany Haddish, I think is real funny… Now, I’ve run into her twice, and I’m kind of an introvert, so I don’t really make eye contact when I’m out. It’s just one of those things. Twice I’ve run into her and she tried to say hello. It was at the Golden Globes. And before she could say her name I get in the car and someone said, ‘That was Tiffany Haddish.’ I said, ‘That woman?’ She’s taller than you might imagine. I said, ‘Oh god, that’s horrible. I didn’t say ‘hi.’ I felt like an idiot,” reveals Allen. “Then, we were at a soup kitchen, all the comics get together to feed the hungry. The owner said we were going to give out money to some of the homeless. She walks by and says, ‘How about some money for me?’ And I didn’t recognize her, so I gave her money. Somebody said, ‘Why did you give Tiffany money?’ ‘Oh god, was that her again?'”

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