Wendy Williams sent a warning to her friend Tiffany Haddish after the actress revealed she was quarantining with rumored boyfriend Common amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
While Wendy Williams expressed her support for Tiffany and Common back in December, it seems she's taking back her statement after realizing her friend was getting in deep.
Tiffany Haddish attends the 70th Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
On a new episode of "Wendy @ Home," she revealed her surprise after finding out that Haddish was currently living with Common in his home amid the COVID-19 pandemic. While she's happy her friends are enjoying their time together, she also noted that Common doesn't exactly have the best track record with women.
"Tiffany, the thing is, don't fall too hard in love. Common is not good with women. That's all I'm saying. He keeps ya, until he's done with ya."
It was revealed that Tiffany Haddish and Common were spending time together during quarantine after she received a call from Cedric The Entertainer, on April 8. During their call, Haddish revealed she is currently quarantining with a friend who had a vegan chef cooking their meals.
While Haddish insists that they aren't dating, it seems they are taking their time in getting to know each other a whole lot more.
Ultimately, she turned the phone over to face Common, who began speaking with Cedric as well. The pair have been rumored to be dating since December after they were photographed together on multiple occasions.
During an interview on "The Real," Haddish made sure to clarify the relationship she actually had with Common, claiming that they've been friends for a while. However, she did not turn down the possibilities of them dating if ever that was something that the rapper actually wanted.
"That's my friend, he's been my friend for a while. But if he wants to date me, I will date him!"
While Haddish insists that they aren't dating, it seems they're taking their time in getting to know each other a whole lot more especially if they are living together as of the moment. Like Williams, "The Real" co-host Jeannie Mai also made sure to give the actress a piece of advice about dating rappers.
"Before you worry about what they gotta do, make sure you got your eyes on the right one."
Jeannie gave her advice as she and her rapper boyfriend Jeezy have been doing quite well. In fact, they are already engaged and all set to get married. Mai says it's important to date the right rappers, those who won't lead you to heartbreak.
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