“I stayed away from everybody, just stayed in my house, me and my dogs, and I practiced learning how to do the splits. And now I can do the splits. Then I went and tested again, didn’t have the virus, and then I got tested for antibodies and they said I had antibodies.
“That was, like, three months ago … and I’ve been tested 12 times now since, because I’ve been working and everything. Then I get tested again, no virus, and then I had them test me for antibodies again, and then they said I don’t have any antibodies … so I think I’m superhuman.”
The Girls Trip star is glad she never fell sick, but she wishes the tests weren’t so expensive: “It was like $550, which really made me upset because I was trying to buy some shoes.”
Tiffany’s reveal comes two days after Dwayne Johnson confirmed he, his wife and their daughters had all tested positive for the virus, but are now on the road to recovery.
In a video message earlier this week, the Jumanji: The Next Level star shared that the diagnoses were among “the most challenging and difficult” things he’s ever had to deal with.
“Testing positive for COVID-19 is a lot different than recovering from nasty injuries, getting evicted or being broke, which I’ve been more than a few times,” he said. “My number one priority is to always protect my family and my loved ones … I wish it was only me that tested positive.
“It was my entire family and it was a kick in the gut.”
He and Haddish aren’t the only Hollywood stars who have tested positive for COVID-19 – Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were the first back in March, and Idris Elba, Kevin Hart, Antonio Banderas, Lena Dunham, Bryan Cranston, and Mel Gibson have all battled the deadly virus.