Tiffany Haddish is 'making time' for love and shares what she wants in a future partner

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American actress, Tiffany Haddish. Photographed by Fairfax Media
American actress, Tiffany Haddish. Photographed by Fairfax Media
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We know Tiffany is currently single and getting her money - lots of it. However, it seems 2020 is the year that she plans to add a companion to her already fulfilled life.

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Talking to People, the comedy star said she would be making time for love this year, even with her busy schedule. She already has a list of criteria she would like her future partner to meet.

“I’m making time for [love in] 2020. Whoever likes me, holla. Now make sure your credit is right, you ain’t got a whole bunch of kids, if you have kids, they need to be already grown. I don’t need to be teaching them how to wash their clothes or how to clean their room or nothing like that,” she said when asked if she is too busy for love.

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“I want a grown man, you need to be a full man, not living with your mama, unless she’s sick and you’re taking care of her. I want a real man, that’s got his own business going, his career going on and not needing me for nothing but companionship, an ear to listen and a little bit of a good time."

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