Oscar-winning actress and comedian Mo’Nique has been on an ongoing quest to get her coins right, and we’re here for it.
I am writing a book.
Wanda Sykes’ recent tweet in support of fellow comedian Mo’Nique showed the power of black sisterhood in its full glory. When she brought receipts that showed that she, too, had been lowballed by Netflix to create a comedy special—and by less than half of Mo’Nique’s offer—err’body had to shut up and pay attention to…
It would appear that there was more to the Mo’Nique-vs.-Netflix story than we were all aware of, and there was more at play than just the paltry $500,000 they offered her to do a comedy special for them.
Whether or not you decided to pull out your spreadsheet and add Netflix to the infinitely long list of things on the black boycott list, including Pepsi, the NFL, SheaMoisture, H&M and Cracker Barrel (to be fair, I don’t think Cracker Barrel did anything racist, but every time I go there, it just feels like some…
Actress and comedian Mo’Nique has never been one to hold her tongue when it comes to addressing what happens behind closed doors in Hollywood. She is currently fed up with the streaming service Netflix, and she is asking the black community to join her in a boycott of the company.