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Lauren Porter
Dec, 13, 2017

Tiffany Haddish has too many blessings in her lap to feel slighted by awards season. 

After her Girls Trip co-star Jada Pinkett Smith went on the defense because the 38-year-old didn't receive a Golden Globes nomination for her breakout role in the summer blockbuster film, Haddish responded in the best way she knows how. 

As articulated in a tweet on Wednesday, Haddish thanked everyone for their support — Pinkett Smith included. 

"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!!," she wrote.

On Monday, Pinkett Smith expressed her disdain for the Hollywood Foreign press in a series of tweets. 

To Pinkett Smith's actions, Haddish simply said: "But I love my girl Jada and I love all of you! @jadapsmith @VanityFair #SHEREADY"

Haddish stole the show in the film, which raked up $113.3 million in the domestic box office and made history as the first ever Black-led/directed/produced movie to ever accomplish such a feat. 

Following the success of the production, Haddish secured more accomplishments by becoming the first Black female comedian to host Saturday Night Live... ever, inking a deal with Showtime for her first stand-up special and penning her memoir, The Last Black Unicorn

We guess when you're this booked, busy and blessed, an award show snub isn't causing you any stress!