Updated: Feb 24
Written by: Khalif Thompson
Today in Hip Hop News, we report to you the recent breaking of an online feud that the media has never seen coming! A hidden recorded tape of iconic American actor, producer, and screenwriter Tyler Perry apologizing for blackballing famous actress Mo’nique.
The Oscar winner opened out about her spat with Perry, Oprah Winfrey, and Lee Daniels.
Tyler Perry has long been suspected of being behind Mo'Nique's exclusion from Hollywood, and she isn't backing down.
For years, the Oscar winner has spoken openly about her feud with Perry, revealing what she claims was Perry's plot to have her blackballed from the business.
Mo'Nique's complaints aren't limited to the Madea star; she's also blasted Oprah Winfrey.
Mo'Nique has spoken out against the feud with Ts Madison once again, and this time, the actress claims that Perry agreed to meet with her.
His terms were that she couldn't bring her husband, and she'd have to apologize for claiming that his and Winfrey's influence were to blame for her career's demise.
Mo'Nique refused to accept the bargain, claiming that the public does not trust Black women who stand out for themselves until they are dead.
"As you can see, I have their names: Their names are: Eartha Kitt, Eartha Kitt, Eartha Kitt, Eartha Kitt, Eartha Kitt, Eartha I can tell you their names, Hazel Scott: I can tell you their names, Fannie Lou Hamer: Hattie McDaniel is a character in the film Hattie McDaniel "Mo'Nique said. "All of those ladies stood up for what they believed in. And all of those women are devastated, sick, and looking about at a community asking, "You know I'm right, but why won't anybody say anything?"
She also refuted claims that she despises Perry, Winfrey, or Lee Daniels, another filmmaker who has been targeted by Mo'Nique.
Mo'Nique, on the other hand, insists that she still has a secret video from Perry in which he apologizes for blackballing her. Perry has yet to make a public statement on the recent interview.
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