For some time now, there have been rumors that Tiffany Haddish and Common are seeing each other, and now that many of us are in quarantine, the pair decided to go on a virtual date via Bumble Dating App.
The “Girls Trip” actress received flowers from the rapper before they both enjoyed dinner and a movie together via Bumble’s video messaging feature.
Tiffany shared footage of the date on Instagram and wrote: “Check out my Virtual date yall.
“I wore the black dress (drawers optional) for my @bumble virtual date with @common this weekend. He sent me flowers, we ordered food, and we talked into the night. Sending you love at home.
“Now get on @bumble and find yourself someone worth looking cute for! #bumblePartner.
In the two-minute clip, the Emmy-winning actress is seen talking about the effort she planned to make towards the virtual meeting.
“I was thinking about waxing my eyebrows and stuff, but then I realized I don’t know how to do that.”
The Grammy-winning rapper also expresses his joy in being online with Tiffany.
“The fact that we can’t be in the same place right now, but that I get to see you and be with you is great.
“I’m hoping you can feel the vibe,” he says.
The two stars talk about their dreams and dance together for the camera before saying goodbye.
“I would love to see you again,” Common tells Tiffany before they both sign off.
Tiffany, who described Common as “a friend” after the two were spotted together recently, said this January that she would make time for love.
“Whoever like me, holler,” she said. “Make sure your credit right. [Make sure] you ain’t got no whole bunch of kids. If you got kids, they need to be already grown. I don’t need to be teaching them how to wash clothes, how to clean their room or nothing like that.”
“You need to be a grown ass man, You need to be a full man — not living with your mama, unless she’s sick and you’re taking care of her,” she added. “I want a real man that got his own business going, his own career going on. And not needing me for nothing but companionship, an ear to listen to, and a little bit of a good time.”