TIFFANY Haddish showcased her freshly shaven head as she helped a community project in Los Angeles on Thursday.
The 40-year-old comic helped with the distribution of computers to students in foster care, during a drive-thru giveaway amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The computers are donated by Wesson’s “OurCycleLA” project, a digital inclusion program designed to bridge the digital divide in low-income households in Los Angeles and other marginalized communities.
The Girls Trip star radiated joy, as ever, as she went make-up free and wore a genuine smile.
She added some hoop earrings and kept things simple in a ribbed gray dress.
She recently shaved her head on Instagram Live and fans are loving the new look.
The Last O.G. actress surprised her fans as she took off her braids as she said she wanted to “wanted to see her scalp.”
In the first of three videos she uploaded, she excitedly took some scissors to cut off the long braids she has been sporting for the last two months of quarantine.
“Cut my hair! I cut all my hair off cause I want to see my scalp,” she shared with her followers who cheered her on as she assured that she was not going through an “emotional breakdown.”
“I know my whole body, I know where every mole is but I don’t know my scalp. So hello scalp #SheReady to everything.”
In a second video where her braids were all off, The Kitchen actress told her followers: “Why, when a woman decides, ‘Hey, I’m going to cut this hair off, because I want to see my scalp,’ she gotta have a mental problem?
“Nothing is wrong with my brain, guys. I’m not suffering from no emotional s**t, nothing.
“I’ve literally been talking about this for years, how I want to see my scalp. I know every single piece of my body… I’ve been talking about this for a long time.”
And in the third video, the actress had a friend completely shave it off.
Once her head had been completely shaved, fans started flooding her comments with positivity.
The singer Sza quickly commented: “Damn, you pretty as hell.”
And while others called her beautiful and told her that they loved the bald head, many fans pointed out how “free” she must feel without her hair.
One fan wrote: “So many of us have cut/shaved our hair….this is the time to rediscover yourself and what better way to do so by big chopping.”
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The Like A Boss actress has been using her platform these days as a way to lift the Black community with her latest post calling for society to normalize women without long hair.
She, along with rumored boyfriend Common, attended a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles in early June.
The actress also traveled to Minneapolis and joined Kevin Hart, Jamie Foxx and Ludacris to attend George Floyd’s funeral after he was killed by a police officer.