Tiffany Haddish revealed she once turned down a multi-million dollar payday.
"I declined, s–t, she turned down $10 million just to do the post because it doesn't represent my brand," she said. told Cosmopolitan. Cover story published Thursday.
“I turned down $10 million because my soul is worth more than that.
The "Girls Trip" star admitted to being "rather penniless" accepting money that has nothing to do with her personality.
Haddish, 42, said her mindset extends to her silver screen career.
"At first, when I was playing the part, I was like, 'What's the fun?
Will it be my friend?But what I've recently realized is that casting is coming to me first.So I've also learned how to fight better.
Even though the "Night School" star has "produced work, been nominated for awards and won trophies," it is still a "battle to get people to join the project." ” said.
. "Give me a chance to make you richer. I may notknow how to keep men, but I do know how to make money."
The stand-up comedian also explained the importance of "declining" certain offers.
"I love and hate saying no to people. is," she said. "I love it because it's for me who has to take care of Tiffany. Because nine in ten chances, anyone who asks me out is probably someone I really like and care about." , I hate it.
"If a friend wants me to do a show or something like that, I have to be honest...you must be selfish in a way." No. I hate that feeling of being selfish, but I am the result."