Full interview with Monique on @breakfastclubam @youtube page now!!!!A post shared by Charlamagne Thagod (@cthagod) on The Oscar-winning actress stopped by “The Breakfast Club” earlier this week to explain her calls for a boycott of Netflix and to confront Charlamagne (aka “Lenard”) after the longtime radio host designated her “Donkey of the Day.”Things started off well, but the interview soon erupted in chaos as the two argued back and forth over women’s equality, equal pay in Hollywood and the undervaluing if Black women, among other things. Charlamage posted a behind the scene video of the conclusion of their heated interview, showing the comedienne uttering a few choice words before exiting the studio.“You know what brotha, you’re gonna hear yourself a lot from me lately.In response to the interview, Daniels said in a statement, "Mo'Nique is a creative force to be reckoned with.
She got her start in comedy at the downtown Baltimore Comedy Factory Outlet when her brother Steve dared her to perform at an open mic night.Monique tackles race issues in her stand up routines, for instance at the Montreal Just For Laugh Festival in 2000: white and black people, we're just mad at each other, we don't know why we're mad at each other. She hosted the first season of Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School on VH1 where she crowned Saaphyri as the winner.Mo'Nique's 2007 documentary I Coulda Been Your Cellmate! In interviews with individual women, she touches on the common factors that bring many women into the penal system.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.Mo'Nique portrayed Nicole "Nikki" Parker on the UPN television series The Parkers from 1999 to 2004. She was also named hostess of Showtime at the Apollo.