Published: Wed, March 28, 2018
Entertaiment | By Simon Arnold

Who bit Beyoncé is the greatest pop culture mystery in recent memory

Who bit Beyoncé is the greatest pop culture mystery in recent memory

Social media peeps around the world have been playing virtual cluedo ever since Tiffany Haddish told GQ magazine that an actress, who she declined to name, bit Bey at a party past year.

Actress Tiffany Haddish revealed details about the freaky incident in an interview with GQ, but left the culprit unnamed.

The situation started when there was a report that the singer had been bitten in the face.

It turns out that Beyonce wasn't just the one to talk her down.

Haddish said she was one of the first to come to Beyonce's defense and was ready to fight the woman. She not even [drinking]. "Y'all forgot I am in the hive too and just know this I will always speak my truth". Then: "There was this actress there, that's just, like, doing the mostest.She bit Beyonce in the face".

Fans interpreted this as Jay-Z cheating on the diva and frantically searched for clues of her identity - only to land on Rachel Roy, a fashion designer and former wife of his ex-business partner.

The party took place after a Jay Z show on 22 December in Inglewood, California, according to Tiffany.

The story has now turned into a real life "Who Dunnit" with the hashtag #whobitbeyonce starting to trend on Twitter!

Tiffany Haddish has used the money she's earned since becoming a star to move her mother out of a mental institution.

In an interview with GQ, Haddish shared her thoughts on Mo'Nique's call to boycott Netflix over what Mo'Nique characterized as unequal pay compared to white and male comedians.

Haddish, 38, told Vulture she nearly got into an altercation with the unnamed actress, another party-goer.

Vulture investigated the matter and learned that some of the female personalities at the party included Rihanna, Queen Latifah, Jen Meyer, Sara Foster, and Sanaa Lathan. Lawrence was likely in New York City when the biting brouhaha happened, Vulture pointed out.

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