Tiffany Haddish isn't sweating her Golden Globes snub.
The 38-year-old actress took to Twitter to speak out after her Girls Trip co-star, Jada Pinkett Smith, slammed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for not recognizing Haddish's performance in the movie. In a series of heated tweets on Tuesday, Pinkett Smith called the organization's actions racism.
Haddish, however, revealed on Tuesday that she wasn't concerned with the lack of a nomination, writing, "Thank all of y’all for your love and support, I don’t know or care much about snubs because I’m not nasty like that!! But I love my girl Jada and I love all of you! @jadapsmith @VanityFair #SHEREADY."
Pinkett Smith definitely didn't hold back while calling out the HFPA, claiming that they wouldn't even watch Girls Trip for Golden Globes consideration. A source with knowledge of the situation, meanwhile,told ET that Girls Trip was screened for the HFPA on July 18, and that the organization was also invited to movie's premiere.
Also snubbed at this year's Golden Globes was The Big Sick, which didn't receive any nominations, as well as Jordan Peele and Greta Gerwig for Best Director, and Get Out for Best Screenplay.
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