Chrissy Teigen: 'I'll never rat on Beyonce biter'

Tiffany Haddish revealed what happened the night an actress bit Beyonce

This included biting Beyonce, prompting the singer to storm away, grab husband Jay-Z and head to the back of the room.

Model Chrissy Teigen says she has her suspicions.

Haddish said she got angry after Beyonce confirmed to her that she was indeed bitten by the actress in question. I'm not gonna protest because somebody got offered not the amount of money they wanted to get offered.

In a must-read interview with GQ, Tiffany Haddish explained why she was so amped up to fight that night.

"'That bitch is on drugs". She not even [drinking]. The bitch is on drugs. Haddish has been very candid about her humble beginnings, often including her eclectic and at times heartbreaking upbringing in her comedy routines.

Beyonce and Jay Z stand up at a soccer match in Barcelona in 2014. She bit Beyonce in the face'.

Twitter is aflutter with rumours after Haddish's remarks, with #WhoBitBeyonce becoming a popular hashtag.

Girls' Trip star Haddish whipped the Beyhive into a frenzy after she claimed someone bit Queen Bey at a bash recently but kept schtum on who it was.

"I AM NEVER TELLING I'm scared I've said too much KNOWLEDGE IS A CURSE!"

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On Monday, Teigen had her Twitter followers abuzz when she teased that she knew who allegedly bit Beyonce.

Lathan posted on Twitter: "Y'all are amusing".

"No. I love her!" replied Teigen.

Foster, who came to the party with Meyer, a popular jewelry designer, took to Instagram to deny the speculations against her.

Haddish, however, did not disclose the identity of the woman. Beyonce asked her not to - told her to "have fun" instead.

Vulture investigated the matter and learned that some of the female personalities at the party included Rihanna, Queen Latifah, Jen Meyer, Sara Foster, and Sanaa Lathan.

It's the celebrity mystery that's sweeping social media-who bit Beyoncé?

Haddish has yet to comment either, but for what it's worth, it wasn't Taraji.

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