Tiffany Haddish's Hilarious 'Drunk History' Schools Us on Art and Nazis

And features a surprise appearance from Tupac.

by Anna Iovine
Jan 24 2018, 10:00pm

Photo courtesy of Drunk History/Comedy Central

Tiffany Haddish has been busy lately. Her hilarious performance in last year's Girl's Trip had fans hoping she'd score an Oscar nom, she made history as the first black female comedian to host SNL, and on Wednesday the actress signed a first-look deal with HBO. Now the star has taken a break from offering up blowjob tips to school us on a different subject—stolen art and Nazis.

In her Drunk History debut, Haddish pours herself a drink (of what looks like Mango Ciroc) with host Derek Waters and launches into the story of French art curator Rose Valland. Valland, played by Busy Philipps and voiced by Haddish, kept tabs on the Nazis stealing from her museum during WWII. After the war, she ended up snitching and saved thousands of pieces of priceless art before they were destroyed.

In Haddish's version, though, Hitler was a failed, angsty artist, a victorious Valland does the Nae Nae, and Tupac makes a surprise appearance. The Girl's Trip star may have been shut out from the Oscars, but her performance here might just put her in the running for an Outstanding Guest Actress Emmy nomination. Watch the full clip above.

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