Such as will Smith–Chris Rock The feud boils over, and so is another long-running beef in Hollywood—namely, the feud between them Monique And the Lee Daniels … which is wonderful.
The two stars officially buried the hatchet on Friday night at the Mo’Nique comedy show in Staten Island, where she directed Daniels as a surprise guest…and an even more surprising moment between them, where they put their troubles to bed, in a night-time run.
Someone filmed a portion of their reconciliation on stage, and LD uttered touching words… “I’m so sorry for hurting you any way I did,” causing Mo’Nique to tear up.
Daniels went on to say that they were best friends before the public feud — and that they were working together on the song “Precious,” which Monique won an Academy Award, was God working through them… I’d do it again, before cuddling him.
BTW, he’s not joking there – Mo’Nique has been chosen to replace him Octavia Spencer In Daniels’ new Netflix movie “Demon House”…so it looks like problems with them It is also resolved.
Lee and Mo’Nique also posted the same photo of the two of them hugging and kissing backstage, with both saying there was no need for comment – and that it’s all about love now.
It’s unclear what precipitated this coming-to-Jesus moment, but all we can say is…thank God, because their fight was one of the ugliest back and forth in Hollywood in a very long time – and it’s totally cool to see that they put their differences aside.
Renewal… This began in the wake of Precious’s Oscar win in 2010, with Monique claiming that Lee, opera And the Tyler Perry He verbally abused it, claiming it was difficult… This is after she refused to do more pressure for the flick without further compensation.
In light of this, Mo’Nique firmly believed that it made her fall out of the business world. Now, we’ve talked to Mo’Nique at length about this over the years, and she not only doubled her size…but tripled it over and over again about what she thought had happened.
Lee himself refuted her characterization in very strong terms—saying that it was she who had screwed up the nonstop finger-pointing. even in Steve Harvey echo which – which.
Like we said… really toxic stuff. Which is why it’s great to see that they’ve fixed the fences and are now teaming up once again for what looks like a great movie.
So terrible. DH is a horror-thriller, about a family who claims to be victims of a possessed house/entity – with Mo’Nique set to play the lead role, a social worker who helps these people get through the agony. It’s totally starry, too… So, it must be good.