After the accusations of child abuse and grooming against her and Aries Spears were disproved, Tiffany Hadish is prepared to move on. The comedienne thanked the heavens on Twitter on Wednesday for clearing up the “mess”

The 42-year-old tweeted three weeks after the case was dismissed, “God has been redesigning my life lately and I must tell at 1st I was quite uncomfortable.” But now that I understand his point of view, I am much better off. Gratitude to God When it comes to cleaning up the mess, you excel. Amen. (And by mess, you understand who and what I mean by God.)

Her remark comes weeks after she and Spears, 47, were accused of forcing two siblings, who were 14 and 7 years old at the time, to participate in sexually graphic performances by grooming, abusing, and coercing them. The claims have been vigorously refuted by both comedians.

The “Girls Trip” star allegedly taught the girl, who is now 22 and is identified to as Jane Doe in the paperwork, how to imitate fellatio for a play about children quarrelling over a sub sandwich, according to the lawsuit. The young man, now 14 years old, said he was sexually assaulted by the two comedians on a different shoot for the frightening documentary “Through a Pedophile’s Eyes.”

The actress later responded to the accusations, claiming that despite the sketch’s comedy intent, it wasn’t at all humorous.

“… I sincerely regret agreeing to participate in it. She continued, noting that she couldn’t say much more at the time, “I truly look forward to being able to talk a lot more about this situation as soon as I can.

Haddish asserted that the claims caused her to “lose everything, even though the lawsuit has since been dismissed.”

“All my gigs, gone. Everything, gone,” she told TMZ one day after the two siblings withdrew their lawsuit. “I don’t have no job, bro.”

The actress has been pretty quiet since the news surfaced, but on Tuesday night, she was photographed at Cardi B’s burlesque-themed 30th birthday party.