Pro-Palestine activists slam Tiffany Haddish amid “fact-checking” Israel trip

American actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish is under controversy across social media platforms for sharing a picture of herself in a first-class cabin going to Israel to better understand the “Conflict with Hamas”. 

The 44-year-old star took to her Instagram with more than seven million followers to tell her fans about the news while sipping on orange juice in a first-class cabin and was “Sleepy as hell” and is planning to rest on the 16-hour flight from Los Angeles to Israel.

She went live on Instagram and broadcast it for around 40 seconds.

Tiffany Haddish heads to Israel for “fact-checking”

She then added, “This is an educational trip for me … I’m gonna learn about politics, See, I feel like I can’t believe I see everything on the Internet … I need to go see for myself, I’m one of those people.”

Tiffany Haddish stated that she can’t believe everything on social media and that’s the reason she’s making the trip, causing outrage among pro-Palestine activists as she’s visiting the country that is currently bombing Gaza constantly which caused the killing of more than 29,000 Palestinians, according to the Health Ministry in Gaza.

Social media users slam Tiffany for “Double standards”

Users on social media commented and slammed Tiffany for “Doube;-standards” and “Hypocrisy” about the subject:

“So, are you going to visit Gaza as well? To see the other side as maybe?”

“Girl, you can’t be serious, clowning for clout like this, I’m done with you, bye!”

“Why go if you can’t document the two sides of the story? If you can’t don’t go in the first place.”

“Here’s Tiffany Haddish going to Israel to “see it for herself” preaching she’s gonna find an Israelite man? oh man… she likes leaving kids with pedophiles and now she doesn’t believe that people are going through a genocide right now. This b*ch pisses me off. #FreePalestine”

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Tiffany Haddish

By the time of writing this article, the ongoing Israeli aggression on Gaza resulted in the killing of more than  29,000 Palestinians of whom are at least 12,000 children and 8,000 women. Additionally, 69,028 are currently injured, and at least 7,000 people are still under the rubble, according to the Gaza Government Media office.

130 journalists, at least 340 healthcare workers, and 46 civil defense officers were all killed as well, as reported by Anadolu. The Israeli army also added that they destroyed 70,000 houses while 290,000 were damaged making them uninhabitable.

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