Now, it’s fair to say that
Tiffany Haddish is having a great week.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>Yes, we love her. We love Tiffany. Not only is she one of Time Magazine’s 100
More Influential People, she also made her debut on the cover of W’s May issue.
>>Good for her. Wow.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>Looking stunning. And in her interview, Tiffany tells
a story of how her Girls Trip costar Jada Pinkett Smith once told her to
knock if off with the knockoffs, after seeing her with
a Michael Kors bag that said, MLK instead of MK.
>>That’s a Martin Luther King Day.>>That was a Martin Luther King Day.
>>[LAUGH]>>Well, Tiffany defended her knockoff, saying, quote, my philosophy is, whatever
the bad costs, I should be able to keep that amount of cash in the bag.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>If it’s a $300 purse, I have to put $300 in cash in that purse. I do not want a bag that is more expensive
than the cash I have to put in it.>>[APPLAUSE]>>So ladies, do you agree with Tiffany, or do you think that sometimes
it’s good to splurge?>>Well, if that was the case, I’d be putting $20 in my bag.
>>[LAUGH]>>I go to Ross for all my bags.>>Yes, Ross.>>[CROSSTALK]>>You’re not a big fan of super expensive purses.
>>Nah, nah, nah.>>Do you own one?>>No.
>>No?>>No, people are like, you should be, no.>>No.
>>[LAUGH]>>Let me spend my money where I need to spend my money.
>>You’d rather spend it on to something else.>>Yes.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>I agree with that.>>[APPLAUSE]>>I think, I do love luxury items because of the way that they’re made.
>>Yeah, quality.>>Sometimes some items you’ll never see them again.>>[CROSSTALK]>>[LAUGH]
>>But I don’t need to have the whole matching luggage set and everything.
But I also don’t support getting knock off.
Because sometimes there’s trafficking connections to it.
>>Yeah.>>You never know, sometimes that bag will not last you wherever you go.
You might grab the handle, the handle will come with you but the purse is gonna be chilling.
>>[LAUGH]>>It will happen.
>>That is true.>>I’m not a fan of only bags that are super expensive.
Just the other day, I bought a bag at Urban Outfitters that was $26 and
I’m obsessed with this little bag. But I think that it’s not a knock off,
though. Does that make sense?
>>Yes.>>It’s just a little cute cheapie bag. There it is, that is [CROSSTALK]
>>That is so cute.>>It is cute, it was $27, thank you very much.
>>That’s cute.>>But you can just get a cute bag, it doesn’t have to be expensive. But I think it’s low key corny.
>>Yes.>>To wear a Fuchi bag like it’s like either the F’s of
the Fendi are wrong, or the G’s of the Gucci are wrong,
or the Chanel, it’s like. I think you should just get a bag that you
think is cute, but it doesn’t have to be a fake version of an expensive brand.
>>Yes, I agree with you 100%. Actually, it took me long
time to buy a designer bag. Do you guys remember? You guys,
you’re the ones that convinced me.>>But the reason why is because you are so frugal and conscientious.
>>Yeah, I’m very conservative with my money, honestly.
>>Yes.>>Yeah.>>So she doesn’t wanna splurge on herself, but yo, there’s some sister
sister coins in there that need to be spent.
>>[LAUGH]>>It’s called saving Jeannie, saving.>>The one time we went to Paris for Adrian and Israel’s wedding.
>>Yes.>>You went to the Mecca where the luxury bags are actually made.
>>I did.>>The actual country and you->>I have a Chanel bag and I absolutely love it.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>And it’s a classic.>>So you guys, I swear to God, here, when I purchased it,
the lady was taking my credit card and I was like, no, no, no, no.
>>[LAUGH]>>And then she was like, it’s an investment. You can give it to your daughter.
>>Yes.>>And then I was like, okay.
>>Yeah, it’s a classic bag that
absolutely [CROSSTALK].>>They do last forever.>>Can be passed down, yeah, they last forever.
>>You can pass down that Marshall’s bag, too.
>>[LAUGH]>>Pass that down.>>My god. Straight up.
>>But I do, yes.>>Let’s see what the viewers said. We asked you if it’s okay to splurge on a
designer handbag if you can’t afford them. So that’s the key thing,
if you can’t afford them. @simplytree said, it’s not okay to splurge on anything if
you can’t afford it, not even a meal. Stick to a budget until
you get where you want or need to be.>>That’s right.>>True.
>>Yes.>>@jdmarie also said, is it okay to jump off of
a bridge if you can’t fly? People do the craziest things for
the riches and diamond rings, Kanye West quote.
>>Okay, wow, that’s funny.>>Exactly and @sicktoriavartar said, I think it’s okay. Splurging and taking care of
yourself makes you feel good. That’s only more motivation to
do better and earn more coins so that you can buy more. I wouldn’t make it a habit if
you cannot afford it though, maybe just once.>>Okay.
>>[CROSSTALK]>>Balance, balance, balance.