"You want to know who bit Beyonce? I'm just going to tell y'all and this is the last time I'm talking about it," Haddish joked. "Let me sip some of my tea. Really, it's done, people should be focusing on the real issues at hand, like, did you do your taxes? Because taxes is due real soon. Do your children know how to read and write? ... Is your house clean? That's what we should be focusing on."
Haddish then cracked that porn star Stormy Daniels -- who's been in the headlines due to her claim that she had an affair with President Donald Trump -- is the actual culprit.
"I'm gonna tell you who bit Beyonce. It was Stormy Daniels," she joked. "Pay attention to what's really going on."
Later, Haddish said she signed a non-disclosure agreement, and would not reveal who bit Beyonce.
"Once you sign an NDA ... if y'all would have asked me this back when I did an interview like a month and a half ago," she said. "NDAs are real. So I'm not saying sh*t about nothing."
On Wednesday, two sources told ET that it was actress Sanaa Lathan who playfully bit Beyonce at the after-party, though Lathan has denied the accusation on Twitter. "One source said that they don't believe it was malicious or meant to be mean -- though it caught Beyonce completely off guard -- and she didn't like it.
"Y’all are funny," Lathan tweeted on Monday. "Under no circumstances did I bite Beyonce and if I did it would’ve been a love bite."
Haddish has addressed criticism from the Bey Hive regarding her telling the story to GQ, Instagramming on Tuesday that she'll always have the "Formation" singer's back.
"Y'all forgot I am in the hive too and just know this I will always speak my truth," she wrote. "That's not going to stop. The Queen kept me from doing something half of you Bees would have done no matter what. To me she is a Shero and a Great person. I have learned so much from her in just a short amount of time. So no matter what she has a Unicorn that has her back."