"No, I was not blackballed", Mo'Nique joked at recent comedy gig.
Now, Mo'Nique has lumped Oprah Winfrey and actor/director Tyler Perry in with Daniels, claiming they all have some responsibility for her stalled career.
She reiterates: "No baby, I wasn't "black-balled", I was f**ked up by some n**gas who have no balls", to applause from the audience. "And he said to me, 'Mo'Nique, you've been blackballed, '" Mo'Nique told the Hollywood Reporter in 2015. "One of the networks said to [Lee] that I was 'really hard to work with.' And I said, 'Well, that's amusing, because I've never worked with them, but okay'". "You are not treating me fairly, so y'all can suck my di-k if I had one".
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Mo made it clear she believes Oprah was complicit in the negative campaign against her, telling folks that she is hard to work with. A sentiment she's shared on more than one occasion. "Thank you, Ms. Oprah Winfrey", she is heard saying in the video. "I was also approached by Empire to be on Empire".
Mo'Nique, who appeared in Atlanta-filmed "Almost Christmas" during the 2016 holiday movie season and in HBO's locally filmed "Bessie" in 2015, made headlines years ago with her very outspoken comments about being "blacklisted" in Hollywood following her Academy Award-winning role in "Precious". And I was offered the role as Richard Pryor's grandmother in [Daniels' upcoming Pryor biopic].
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Back in 2010, Mo'Nique was seemingly atop the movie world when she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her brilliantly gritty portrayal of an abusive mother in the critically acclaimed movie Precious.
"We hope people will choose to be what they had no choice in being", she said.
"I have and will always think of her for parts that we can collaborate on however, the consensus among the creative teams and powers thus far were to go another way with these roles".
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