Tiffany Haddish Tracks Trolls’ Personal Information and Calls them

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Tiffany Haddish, the comedian and actress, warns against trolling her, recounting to Amy Kaufman of the Los Angeles Times the extensive measures she took last year in response to a flood of hateful online remarks.

Haddish, 44, reminisces about crafting a fake Instagram account for her “alter ego” Sarah, who would confront her detractors by “utilizing details from their personal lives.” At times, the Emmy winner has even engaged with her critics over the phone.

Haddish explains how she’s learned to uncover people’s information, including pulling up credit reports and police records, sometimes resorting to calling them directly out of anger. She shares instances where she surprised her critics by reaching out to them, emphasizing that she’s human and feels compelled to respond despite trying her best to refrain.

Additionally, Haddish hired a digital forensics analyst to trace the origin of death threats she received, finding that a significant portion came from Malaysia and Iran via bots.

Amid personal struggles, including a dismissed lawsuit and a DUI arrest, Haddish has learned valuable lessons, such as abstaining from drinking, prioritizing sleep, and being selective about her projects.

Her upcoming memoir, “I Curse You with Joy,” releases on Tuesday, May 7, following her 2019 work, “The Last Black Unicorn.”

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