Mo’Nique Addresses Katt Williams & Kevin Hart Beef On Power 106

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Mo’Nique she stopped by Power 106 for an exclusive interview with The Cruz Show, and literally lit up the whole station! During the 10-minute conversation, The Mo’Nique Show host broke down the most notable comedians of each decade, including Bill Cosby, Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, Martin Lawrence, etc.

Mini Cliff Notes.

  • Mo’Nique talks about Nicki Minaj and Cardi B at the 6:29 mark.
  • Mo’Nique talks about Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish and Katt Williams drama at the 7:54 mark.
  • “What I say is they are All my babies. And, they are ALL funny as hell. And. everybody got to go through there journey. And, I have a hard time speaking on everyone’s dynamics when you don’t know it fully. Because, I know what it is for people to speak on my dynamics. but they don’t fully know ow it and everybody starts basing their opinions of what I am and what I’m not. So, what I wan’t do is do the same to my babies. For, Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish ya’ll make sure that movie goes through the got dag on roof this weekend. Ya’ll out there go support that brother let’s NOT allow society make us fight one another. We’re so talented all in our own right.

She also feels strongly about the fact that there is room for everybody to eat, and get a “piece of the pie.”


#PressPlay. Katt Williams Goes In On Tiffany Haddish, Kevin Hart, Jerrod Carmichael, And More On V-103

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Morning, Emmy-winning actor/comedian Katt Williams lit up the airwaves, sharing nuclear-hot takes on some of today’s top comedians, including Tiffany Haddish, Kevin Hart, Jerrod Carmichael and Hannibal Buress. Watch as Williams calls some ugly, questions others’ talents, and suggests that race and colorism play roles in who Hollywood hires and why.

  • At the beginning of the interview, Katt Williams talks about his comedy stand up special and the business side of comedy.
  • At the 3:30 mark, Katt Williams talks about Netflix deal. “I’m on my 15 consecutive 100-city tour on the exact day that Mo’Nique was asking for a Neflix boycott. Netflix had cut me a check for $2 million for a special that I got paid $300,000 to do. Or, I’m really good at jokes you tell me.
  • At the 4:39 mark, Katt Williams reacts to Tiffany Haddish’s Netflix deal.
  • Katt Williams explains, “Everybody has to understand Netflix doesn’t have an opinion on stand up comedy. They base on what they pay you by the amount of ticket sales for your last tour. So, Monique last tour had $316,000 tickets, therefore that’s what she got offered. My last tour had $2.4 million…tickets, so that’s what they offered. People understand it’s not personal. They can just for free take they ass to work and get their numbers up. Netflix don’t call nobody. That’s the joke . Katt Williams impersonates Mo’Nique “Netflix ain’t giving me….” First of all, Netflix ain’t call you. Knock it off! Is Coca Cola knocking on people doors to see what type of beverage they having today?
  • At the 5:59 mark, Katt Williams says, “What else could they go by. What comedian don’t think everybody can’t wait for their next special… The fact of the matter is what makes great comedy is a 100-people talking the same time that you are talking. Are you saying something different from them people are saying? Because if you are you deserve a special and if you don’t you’re going to find out you’re not special.
  • “They’re going to let you do your special, Jerrod Carmichael, but nobody’s gonna watch it. They’re gonna let you be a star, Lil Rel, but you’re ugly and white people don’t believe in ugly stars. They believe that you have to be somebody women want to sleep with and men want to be, but because we’re black they say ‘oh you don’t even deserve that.’ So we get Kevin Hart, Lil Rel, Jerrod Carmichael, Hannibal Burress, just dudes that no woman would talk to in Lennox Mall, but you’re making them superstars because you know ain’t nobody gonna sleep with them.”
  • Because we’re black you don’t even deserve that, so you get Kevin Hart, Lil Rel, Jerrod Carmichael, all in the row Hannibal Buress, dudes that no woman would talk to … let alone you making in movie stars. Why because you know ain’t nobody going to sleep with them?
  • Katt Williams talks about Tiffany Haddish at the 6:35 mark.
  • She’s been doing comedy since she was 16. You can’t tell me your favorite Tiffany Haddish joke. Why? Because she ain’t done a tour yet. She ain’t done a special. She has not proven the ability to tell jokes back to back for an hour to nobody,” Williams said.He took things further with some bold accusations about the reason she’s has been so successful. “They like her because she wanna sleep with a white man. That’s why the only thing she said was I wanna give it to Brad Pitt. She said she’s got a diseased vajayjay ain’t nobody checking for that,” he added.
  • Katt Williams supports Luenell at the 9:12 mark.

Mo’Nique Reportedly Stands By “Sister In Comedy” Roseanne Barr: ‘Because she is..We do the same damn thing. We get up on the stage.’

Last week, Several folks gave Mo’Nique the side eye after she defended her “sister in comedy” Roseanne Barr.

“My sister made a mistake and she said something I know she wishes she could take back,” Mo’Nique said. “But what I would ask is we don’t throw her away.”

Fast Forward…

Mo and her husband Sidney talks about Roseanne Barr.

Mo’Nique makes it pretty damn clear she’s NOT back tracking.
Mini Cliff Notes

At the beginning, Mo says, “When I say that I know that woman’s heart. I know her heart when ya’ll said Mo she didn’t show up for you when you was going through it with Netflix. Why are you showing up for her?

  • Mo explains, “[Roseanne] showed up for me when I called on her. When I called on that woman when had the’The Monique Show’ on BET. We called Roseanne Barr did NOT say. “Oh let me have my people to give you a call back. Roseanne Barr did NOT say, “Oh I don’t fuck with black people like that I definitely can’t come because that’s BET (Black Entertainment Television) and you a black woman….. What she said was “I’m going to show up for my girl. ‘Cuz that’s my girl I’m on my way….”
  • At the 4:44 mark, Mo explains why she stand by her “Sister In Comedy” Roseanne Barr. “Because she is..We do the same damn thing. We get up on the stage. We express our opinions and so people like it and some people don’t.”
  • At the 5:27 mark, Mo continues. “Will a racist encourage a black woman? Will this white racist woman make it her business to come on this black woman show? Mo’s husband cuts in… “
  • At the 10:20 mark, Mo asks. “How many of us have a problem when a black man name Charlamagne Da God called a black woman a donkey?” “How many of us lost our minds? “How many of us said we’re outraged? A lot of us said, “Oh, Charlamagne is right, Monique need to shut up”. “She’s a donkey.” So it is okay if we call each other donkeys, gorillas, apes , monkeys when it’s us calling each other that,. That’s okay?
  • Sidney says, “Furthermore, again despite what someone may say. They say Roseanne has a history of saying things that are racist. The question that I would ask is . Would it make you upset if that you also found out she had a history of NOT being a racist? Would it make you comfortable if you were to hear her prior to all of these things transpiring regarding her in an interview…….
  • At the 15:17 mark, Sidney says, “I didn’t Valerie Jarrett was black?
  • At the 15:30 mark, Mo says, “I’m not going to back pedal…..”

Watch below.

No Mo’. Mo’Nique Calls Roseanne Barr Her ‘Sister In Comedy,’ Says She Wouldn’t ‘Put Her On The Racist List’

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A week ago, Roseanne Barr uploaded a YouTube video in which she became irate after the interviewer mentioned the tweet in which she compared former White House staffer Valerie Jarrett to an ape—which many people, including Jarrett, perceived as racist. ABC swiftly fired Barr, canceled her eponymous show and announced it will be rebooted as The Connors.  Click Here and Here if you missed the stories.

Fast Forward…

Mo’Nique said Friday the tweet that got Roseanne Barr’s show canceled was a “mistake” and told the comedian, “You have a friend in me.”

The comedian/actress explained during a Morning News interview with Sam Rubin how Roseanne Barr supported her early on in her career, at a time when many people would not.

“I remember when I had the ‘Mo’Nique Show,’ and there were big, major black superstar talent that had white representatives and they told their talent, ‘That show is too black and we really don’t want you to go on there,'” Mo’Nique said. “But there was a white woman named Roseanne Barr that showed up for me. … And they didn’t hear the conversation when the cameras wasn’t rolling. … That woman was giving me some beautiful words.”

Mo’Nique described Barr as her “sister in comedy” and called the infamous tweet a mistake, saying she wouldn’t “put (Barr) on the racist list.”

“My sister made a mistake and she said something I know she wishes she could take back,” Mo’Nique said. “But what I would ask is we don’t throw her away.”

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