The documentary was related to her filming a comedy special at the Ohio Reformatory for Women, also known as The Farm.
"I don't think that Hollywood has turned its nose up to me," she said. Daniels is having and then he said there were things that Mo'Nique, she didn't thank the producers and the studio. Well, it had nothing to do with the producers nor the studio. Daniels had a problem that I didn't say his name the night of the Oscar awards." Whatever differences the two may have had back then, Daniels denies ever blackballing the actress.
And he said to me, 'Mo'Nique, you've been blackballed.' And I said, 'I've been blackballed? ' And he said, 'Because you didn't play the game.' And I said, 'Well, what game is that?
' And he gave me no response." She later went on to say that she was offered a part in Mo'Nique famously did not campaign prior to her Oscar win and her resistance was allegedly a subject of contention between the director, the community and the star.
In 2009, she received critical praise for her role as the abusive Mary Lee Johnston in the film Precious and won numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
She hosted The Mo'Nique Show, a late-night talk show that premiered in 2009 on BET; it was cancelled in 2011.
You’re gonna hear yourself around the word because we have to explain brothas like you,” she said, seemingly calling the on-air host a traitor.“And when we watch that movie ‘Birth of a Nation,’ and we saw that man walk his wife into that master’s house … That’s you.”Charlamagne was clearly puzzled by the comparison.