mo’nique is a very strong black vixen.
that strength and outspokenness can be off putting for some.
i remember she allegedly kicked up a lot of dust after that whole “precious” debacle.
it started allegedly with lee daniels and then allegedly oprah wasn’t fuckin’ with her.
i don’t know where tyler perry comes in at.
well it all led to her allegedly getting banished.
instead of fading away,
mo’nique kept working and doing her quietly.
well at the apollo theater in harlem last night,
for a mother’s day show,
mo’nique went completely off about all three who allegedly blackballed her.
this is what she had to say on stage via yeah i’m famous…
everyone seems to be applauding her for not giving a fuck,
but i think she went too far.
now we don’t know the full story so maybe this is justified.
mo’nique could have also been a raging bitch too.
i’m all for everyone speaking their minds after adversity,
but the best revenge is always going to be success.
those words should be actions.
you don’t need to say “fuck you”.
moving on and doing well is the biggest middle finger you can give those who hurt you.
that being said,
it’s almost like you gotta walk on egg shells when it comes to blacks in higher positions.
what if mo’nique legitimately didn’t agree with those who allegedly banished her?
or is mo’nique “the example” of what happens when you go against the grain in black hollywood?
it made me wonder…
not only do we need to be scared of whites in higher positions,
Do we gotta be cautious of the blacks in higher positions too?
lowkey: it’s surprising to me a lot of blacks don’t fuck with auntie o.
what did i miss?
i love her.