The ‘Girls Trip’ star notes that her funeral has to be a one big celebration of rap, with ‘a compilation of hip-hop from the ‘90s and ‘80s.’
Comedienne Tiffany Haddish has her funeral all mapped out – she wants it to be one big hip-hop party.
The “Girls Trip” star has counted off the items on her bucket list in a new Marie Claire interview and, among celebrity encounters with “Black Panther” star Michael B. Jordan and Michelle Obama, she wants her send off to be one big celebration of rap.
Tiffany tells the magazine she’d like a date with Jordan and a fried chicken girls’ night with the former U.S. First Lady – and she doesn’t want any tears at her funeral.
“(I want) a compilation of hip-hop from the ‘90s and ‘80s and maybe one Cardi B song… ‘Little b**ch you can’t f**k with me…’ That funeral would be a straight party. I want people to be celebrating the life I lived, not mourning it.”
The star also wants to help others by creating a complex for those in need of help.
“I want to open a youth centre, a job-training centre, a mental-health department, and a whole art centre there,” she says.