Tiffany Haddish Vows to 'Sign an NDA Any Day' for Beyonce After Alleged 'Top Off' Diss

On Friday morning (March 2), DJ Khaled unleashed his blistering new single "Top Off," featuring JAY-Z, Beyoncé and Future. While Jay managed to sneak in several jabs at Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman, Beyoncé was a bit more coy in her attack, allegedly taking aim at Girls Trip star Tiffany Haddish.

"If they’re tryna party with the queen/ They gon’ have to sign a non-disclosure," Bey rapped on the track.

Last month, Haddish spoke to TV One's Uncensored about her initial encounter with Beyoncé at a JAY-Z show. She revealed how during a conversation with Hov, an actress -- whom she refused to identify -- touched JAY-Z on the chest, allegedly vexing the "Single Ladies" star. “Beyoncé came walking up like… ‘Biitttchhh!’ But, she didn’t say that. But her demeanor, her body from the way she walked up on them said ‘Get your hands off my man’s chest.'”

After fans dialed in on social media about Queen B's fiery verse, the Girls Trip star chimed in and paid homage to the leader of the Beyhive. "I Love Beyonce part! Everything she said rang so real to me," tweeted Haddish. "Just know I will sign A NDA any day For Beyoncé."

Haddish's tweet caused a discussion among her fans, who tried cajoling her into believing that Beyoncé was sending shots her way. "Bey called you out by name!" a fan tweeted to Haddish. "I didn't her [sic] my name, did you? Let me listen again," she swiftly quipped. 

"You got me all excited and happy 'like what my name in a Beyoncé and Jay-z song?' I was dancing and everything. But I played her part three times never heard my name," she continued. "SMH boy stop getting my hopes up." The 38-year-old played the record again and later, posted a video of her jokingly celebrating the alleged diss. "OMG I JUST HEARD IT! I am Doing a full on Dance right now. My name is in a Beyoncé, Jay-z, Future and Dj Khaled song! I MADE IT Y’ALL!," she said. 

After letting out a few jokes, Haddish scaled back and delivered a serious message. "I said nothing negative about her," she said, referring back to her TV One Uncensored episode. "I was just saying how real she is and that if it wasn’t for her I would have beat somebody up real talk. Beyoncé is a superhero." Following her statement, a fan asked Haddish straight up if she was scared. She succinctly replied back, "Never." 

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