Mo'Nique slams Oprah, Lee Daniels, Tyler Perry

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On Saturday during her Pre-Mother's Day Comedy Special at The Apollo Theater in Harlem, Mo'Nique doubled down on those claims, calling out yet again Lee Daniels, as well as Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey.

"I was not blackballed, I was whiteballed", Mo'Nique said during the profanity-laden rant, a video of which was uploaded to Instagram by an audience member. I feel this is unfortunate because we love Lee Daniels and what he's doing, we love Tyler Perry, we love Oprah Winfrey, and if there is a way for us to settle this...she's an unbelievable actress and an fantastic comic - so somehow we have to settle this together...and the hard part about this is other people make demands and they still get the work. No, baby, I wasn't blackballed I was fucked up by some niggas who had no balls.

Kevin Hart is Mr. Positivity - he's got nothing but good things to say about Mo'Nique and everyone she recently blasted. and he's down to work with all of them too. "And when a sister says to me, 'Aren't you afraid of the blowback?' What I would say to you as another woman, aren't you afraid to even ask the question, 'Am I afraid of the blowback, ' because you would say, 'Am I getting blowback for simply being honest?'" "So y'all could suck my dick if I had one". Mo'Nique starred in Daniel's 2010 film "Precious" and since then has only acted in four films, something she claims is due to their "whiteballing". It would "kill" me not to say the real sh*t. Sidney expanded, stating Oprah and Perry perpetuated Daniel's lie that Mo'Nique was hard to work with. I consider her a friend.

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"We hope people will choose to be what they had no choice in being", she said. The role ultimately went to Taraji P. Henson.

Mo'Nique claimed she was "black-balled", or targeted in a professional boycott, by Daniels after she didn't thank the director during her 2010 acceptance speech for the best supporting actress prize. I have and will always think of her for parts that we can collaborate on.

Mo'Nique discussed the matter with Essence at the time.

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