TIFFANY Haddish and her ‘boyfriend’ Common joined a Black Lives Matter Pride Month protest in Los Angeles.
The comedienne has been denying rumors the two are together, despite a recent virtual date.
Tiffany Haddish was seen at the protest with Common along with singer and rapper, Megan Thee Stallion.
Tiffany wore a white T-shirt and black pants along with a purple face mask.
Common was in a black t-shirt and jeans.
The comedian also snapped pics with other protesters holding up signs.
There have been protests across the country since video footage in Minneapolis showed white officer, Derek Chauvin, kneeling on George Floyd’s neck after he was arrested last month.
The former truck driver, 46, died moments later.
On Friday, Tiffany also took part in another Black Lives Matter protest.
She told CNN at the demonstration: “I can’t even drive to Beverly Hills without getting pulled over — and I got a Tesla.
“I shouldn’t be afraid when I see those lights come on behind me, right?
“I shouldn’t feel like, is this gonna be the last day that I’m on earth?
“I shouldn’t feel like it’s dangerous to be born the way I was born.”
Despite going on a romantic virtual date with Common in April the Girls Trip star has claimed she is not with anyone at the moment.
Tiffany told Ellen DeGeneres: “I am single. But I’m dating.”
“I’ve been using this app called Bumble.
“And with this quarantine situation, it’s been really hard for anyone to go anywhere with someone.
“So Bumble started this virtual dating thing and it’s been great.”
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Tiffany previously also joked to comedian Cedric the Entertainer she could end up getting pregnant with Common’s baby by the time the coronavirus pandemic ends.
During an Instagram Live, she coyly admitted she wasn’t in the house alone.
She said Common was keeping her company during isolation.
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