Tray’s sharp-tongued ex, Shay, now mother of two and well-adjusted to a life without Tray, struggles to find the balance of letting Tray re-enter her upscale life without revisiting the ways of her past that she worked so hard to leave behind.
Tiffany Haddish is quickly establishing herself as one of the most sought-after comedic talents in television and film. She starred in Universal's Girls Trip, opposite Jada Pinkett-Smith, Queen Latifah and Regina Hall, and on NBC's The Carmichael Show as the outspoken, no-nonsense Nakeisha. Her first stand-up special She Ready: From The Hood to Hollywood came out last August on Showtime. This year, she’ll star in the new TBS show The Last O.G. alongside Tracy Morgan.
In 2016, Haddish was seen co-starring alongside Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele in the film Keanu. Her other film credits include diverse projects such as Meet the Spartans; the Lifetime drama Racing for Time, opposite Charles S. Dutton; and The Janky Promoters, opposite Ice Cube. Her television credits include a recurring role on the Tyler Perry's OWN soap opera series If Loving You Is Wrong, Kevin Hart's BET show Real Husbands of Hollywood and FOX's New Girl.
Haddish currently tours all over the world, bringing her edge, unusual take on life & love and tons of laughter, introducing herself by announcing “She Ready” & “The Last Black Unicorn.” In the past, Haddish's comedy has landed her on Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny comedy tour, and she has made appearances on the Tonight Show, Chelsea Lately and The Arsenio Hall Show. She was an early standout since first appearing on HBO's Def Comedy Jam, Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes? for TV One and Reality Bites for Comedy Central.
Haddish's journey in life has inspired her comedy and sense of humor on and off stage. Growing up in foster care in South Central Los Angeles, it was her excessive talking and imaginary friends that prompted her increasingly flustered social worker to steer her into standup comedy by enrolling her into the Laugh Factory Comedy Camp for children. One of her special passions is performing in the comedy show Chuckles Not Knuckles, a program she developed for inner city high school students that promotes nonviolence. Haddish sees herself as sexy as Halle Berry, as funny as Jim Carrey, raw like Richard Pryor, with the comedic timing of Lucille Ball, smooth like Eddie Murphy and Jewish as Whoopi Goldberg, and she hopes to someday have money like Oprah.