The comedienne, who is known for her role as Nekeisha Williams on 'The Carmichael Show', has debuted the first promo for her rap debut song featuring Begetz and Mrs Begetz.

AceShowbiz - Tiffany Haddish is poking fun at her struggles to find Mr. Right. The comedienne, who is known for her role as Nekeisha Williams on "The Carmichael Show", has dropped a music video her rap debut song, "Come & Get Your Baby Daddy", which sees her going to a speed dating that doesn't end up well.

Released on Friday, April 3, the promo is kicked off by the 40-year-old actress who declares, "[Expletive] if you don't come and get your man out of my [expletive] face." She goes on to rap, "Come and get your baby daddy/ He's all on me/ Come and get your baby daddy/ Talking about he want to call me."

The almost-five-minute visuals has Chris Robinson in the director's seat, and features Begetz and Mrs Begetz as well as Haddish's "Night School" co-star Bresha Webb. At some point in the video, the two ladies can be seen struggling to show off twerking skills and teaming up for a dance off against a group of men.

Other than Webb, Haddish's music video also presents "Two Can Play That Game" actor Alex Thomas as one of her suitors. Donning a gold jacket and several gold necklaces, the "Mr. Box Office" star angered the "Like a Boss" actress when he throws a stack of money to her face.

In the music video, the "Girls Trip" actress also sits with a number of other guys who failed to impress her during their dates. Getting more and more frustrated, she raps, "This [expletive] got like 10 kids and no car/ talking about he's a rap star/ Be in all the clubs looking bankrupt/ Tiff Tiff looking like she had the bank up."

Prior to this music video release, Tiffany has talked about working on an album. Revealing she was inspired by her Grammy nomination for an audio book, she shared with Glamour, "I'm really excited about that and it really inspired me like, 'wow if I can nominate for a Grammy for telling my truth, what can I get if I really just apply myself and my vocal skills?' I'm going to see what happens. It might be really great, it might not but who cares, right? You've got to give it a shot."

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