Tiffany Haddish reveals Beyoncé stepped in when a woman got too close to Jay Z in new docuseries

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Tiffany Haddish reveals Beyoncé stepped in when a woman got too close to Jay Z in new docuseries

Tiffany Haddish could reveal all about Beyoncé and Jay Z's relationship on a new docuseries due to air next week.

The 10-episode series will give “unprecedented access” inside the lives of celebrities like Haddish, Tamar Braxton, Charlamagne tha God, Le’Andria Johnson, Nia Long, Rick Ross and more.

In a promo clip for Uncensored on TV One, The Girls Trip star told a story about an actress - who remains unnamed - who apparently touched Jay Z’s chest while talking to him.

Beyoncé wasn’t too thrilled with the actress’ move though, as Haddish recounted.

"I was talking to Jay-Z for a little bit," Haddish explained. "And there was another actress that was there who was also talking to Jay-Z. [The actress] touched Jay-Z’s chest and Beyoncé came walking up like…'B--tttchhh!’ But, she didn’t say that."

Haddish alluded to Queen Bey’s body language being the key indicator that she was not happy with this actress’ hand placement.

The comedian then added that there was apparently more to the story, but she wouldn’t divulge - for now.

This isn’t the first time Haddish has spoken out about her interactions with Beyoncé.

Last month she opened up about a time when the Lemonade singer stopped her from starting a fight by taking a selfie with her.

“Okay, so what had happened was, something had went down with somebody at the party, right?" Haddish said to Vulture. “I’m not at liberty to say what had went down at the party, but Beyoncé was just telling me to have a good time, and I was like, 'No, I’m gonna end up fighting this bitch!' She was like, 'No, have fun, Tiffany,' and I said, 'I’m only going to have fun if you take a selfie with me.'”

Of course, the selfie went viral, and fans couldn’t help but fall in love with their newfound friendship.

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