- Tiffany Haddish has opened up about her love relationship with US rapper and actor, Common
- The actress confirmed that they are dating during an interview on the Steve-O's Wild Ride podcast
- The comedian also revealed that this is her first time in her life dating someone who is a celebrity
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Actress Tiffany Haddish has finally admitted that she and rapper Common are dating. The gorgeous comedian recently confirmed their relationship on Steve-O's Wild Ride podcast.
When the Night School actor was asked if she was in a relationship she said yes. The star was further asked if she was dating Common and she replied:
"Yeah, we're twins now."
Tiffany has even shaved off her hair to match the rapper's signature bald-headed hairstyle. She also revealed that Common, who is also an actor, is a fan of her new haircut.
According to FreshHipHopMag, the celebrity couple met last year on the set of a movie titled The Kitchen. Tiffany revealed that the US musician was his love interest as part of the movie they were working on. The two then ended up becoming a couple in real life.
The 40-year-old stunner expressed that this is her first time being in a relationship with a celebrity.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jay-Z is one of the richest rappers in the US and he keeps proving that he is a very influential person when it comes to the country's entertainment industry.
The Dirt Off Your Shoulder hitmaker has decided to open his own school of music. Through his Roc Nation record label, the American superstar has teamed up with Long Island University (LIU) Brooklyn to establish the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment.
The school will offer undergraduate degrees in music, music technology, sports management and entrepreneurship and production, according to reports. On top of the undergraduate degrees, the school will hold summer residential camps for high school students and Saturday programmes for students aged 10 to 18 years old focusing on music and sports management.
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