Jezebel Jones: Sanaa Lathan Is The Reckless Beyoncé Biter?

Art Streiber exclusively for GQ

As you may recall, yesterday a very juicy story broke about an unnamed actress who bit Beyonce in the face - and at the afterparty of a Jay-Z gig, nonetheless.

Haddish also tweeted to clarify that Taraji P. Henson is not the actress she refers to in her story.

Now everyone is trying to figure out which actresses were at the party, which was reportedly an after-party for a Jay-Z concert in Inglewood on December 22. "Come here! This b**ch-' and snatched him", she continues.

Now we can all go back to living and breathing. "And Beyonce's friend walked up and was like, 'Can you believe this b**** just bit Beyonce?'".

While fan speculation has dragged everyone from Rihanna to Jennifer Lawrence into the mystery, Sanaa spoke out when Beyonce fans flooded her Instagram page with bee emojis. "She's 83 years old, for God's sake", responded a rep for Shirley MacLaine.

"Ya'll are amusing", she tweeted, "Under no circumstances did I bite Beyonce and if I did it would've been a love bite".

At the end of the night, Tiffany asked Beyonce privately, "Did she really bite you?" to which Beyonce confirmed it had actually happened.

The Lemonade singer reportedly said "that b**ch is on drugs, she's not always like that". She's not even drunk. The b**ch is on drugs. She told GQ: "There was this actress there that's just, like, doing the mostest..."

A representative for Beyonce told GQ that they did not know anything about the incident. Haddish also told the media that she was about to throw down at the party but Beyonce encouraged her not to before taking a selfie with Haddish.

Beyonce sang rather cryptically, "If they're tryna party with the queen, they gon' have to sign a nondisclosure". Tiffany said again that she wanted to fight the actress in question. "I've got meal services coming to the house for her and for my mom".

Actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish was at this now infamous party, and she was chatting to Jay-Z with another actress.

"As soon as I get out of the auto I'll be like, 'Um, where are the non-disclosure forms at?" "I can only think of one person who would do this. but I cannot say. but the worst".



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