Beyonce arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2016.
In Haddish's GQ interview, she recalls the alleged incident.
"So Beyonce stormed away, went up to JAY-Z, and was like, 'Jay!"
Haddish, 38, told Vulture she nearly got into an altercation with the unnamed actress, another party-goer.
"And then Beyoncé and Jay-Z walked by me, and I tapped Beyoncé", Haddish continued. I was like, "What just happened?"
"I made it!" Haddish joyously told ET. Dunham was getting the most accusations on Twitter late Monday afternoon as Dunham is a native New Yorker and, ya know, Jay-Z is a native New Yorker ... and, ya know, Beyonce is an adopted New Yorker by marriage.
More recently, Beyonce provided a cameo in D.J. Khaled's new single, "Top Off".
Tiffany Haddish was a first-hand witness to the biting shenanigans and spilled on the story.
Beyonce fans have gone into meltdown over claims someone bit the Formation singer at a party.
Now, this is all speculation, but Haddish responded saying she would "sign an NDA any day for Beyonce".
During an interview with GQ, Haddish recounted that night's event, " "there was this actress there", and "that's just, like, doing the mostest".
Meanwhile, some actresses that attended the after-party in question - which followed a JAY-Z concert in Los Angeles last December - have come out to deny that they bit Queen Bey, including Sanaa Lathan and Sara Foster. "They went to the back of the room".
"If you bite Beyoncé you need to bite me too bitch!" anthonyb.official added.
"But I was killing the game onstage!" she said, laughing. But Beyonce said, "Tiffany, no". According to Tiffany Haddish's story, Beyonce said the person was on drugs. Haddish goes onto explain that Beyoncé later said of the biter: "That bitch is on drugs".
But apparently, being the all-round Goddess Beyonce is, she just wanted to forget the whole thing.