By Katie Reilly
“Listen, fellas. Listen. OK? If you got your thing-thing out and she’s got all her clothes on, you’re wrong,” Haddish said. “You’re in the wrong.”
Haddish’s remarks came after multiple women accused stand-up comedian Louis C.K. of sexual misconduct this week, speaking out about instances when he masturbated in front of them or during phone conversations with them. In a statement on Friday, C.K. said the allegations were true.
Haddish, who became a breakout star of Girls Trip this summer, was the first black female comedian to host Saturday Night Live, where she also poked fun at President Donald Trump’s hair.
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“Who is doing Donald Trump’s wigs? His lace fronts are off the chain,” Haddish said in her monologue. “His hair is looking so good since he became the President. What kind of glue is he using? Because when the wind blows, it don’t even move or nothing. That’s good hair right there.”