Morgan Freeman of 'Angel Has Fallen' Gives Tiffany Haddish the Side-Eye as She Smiles While Taking Their Photo
Actress and Comedian Tiffany Haddish caught up with iconic actor Morgan Freeman and didn't pass up the chance for a selfie with him.
She duly shared the photo on her Instagram page, generating loads of reactions from fans.
It is not every day that one gets to meet an icon. On the rare occasion that such an opportunity presents itself, it is good to be ready with a camera to capture the moment.
TIFFANY'S EXCITEMENT VERSUS MORGAN FREEMAN'S SIDE-EYE
In the post made by Tiffany, she shared the selfie photo she took with Morgan Freeman. In the picture, the legendary actor seemed disinterested in taking the picture, giving Tiffany, who smiled happily, the ultimate side-eye.
In her caption to the post, the actress narrated the encounter. She said:
"I ran up to @morganfreeman, and he check the Hell out of me and I didn't care. Cause like I told him" I am Tiffany [expletive] Haddish and I take pictures all the time shE ready".....? love you."
MORGAN FREEMAN'S LOOK
Tiffany Haddish's post generated loads of likes and comments from her fans. A first-person paid homage to the comedian's love for selfies, tagging her thus:
Damon Wayans Junior also commented on the post, asking a hilarious question. He asked:
"????? what'd he say to you after you snapped it? Something mean but soothing?"
Tiffany replied, saying:
"He said Give me some Flash and he shook my hand and told me he proud of me."
The Shade Room also shared Tiffany's post on their Instagram page, eliciting even more reactions. In the caption to their post, the media brand wrote:
"Tiffany Haddish said she ran up on #morganfreeman and he checked her for it ??."
More hilarious comments followed the post. One person said:
"His expression ? #check."
Another comment went thus:
"Why does he look like every black parent before they check us."
DAVE CHAPPELLE IS THE MAN OF THE AWARDS NIGHT
However, the ultimate winner in the awards night was Dave Chappelle, who walked home with the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
The award was given to Dave in recognition of his fearless commentary on American Culture. In accepting the award, Dave vowed to fight for every comic's freedom of expression.