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Mo'Nique Vs Steve Harvey 'FIGHT' VIDEO Leaked!

Mo'Nique: I Told Steve Harvey I'll PUNCH HIM IN HIS FACE

The Mo'Nique Vs Steve Harvey 'FIGHT' Video Leaks!!
The Steve Harvey and Mo'nique FIGHT video just leaked. 

The two longtime friends had a very heated conversation on a recently taped Episode of the Steve Harvey Show. The. argument. eventually turned towards VIOLENCE, when Mo"Nique threatened to punch Steve.

Now we have part 1 of their discussion.

In the discussion, Steve - who continually pointed in Mo'Nique's face - brought up 2 good points. First, he told the female comedienne that she should not have gone on stage and publicly told Lee Daniels, Oprah Winfrey, and Tyler Perry to "s*c* her d*c*." Steve argued that it made her less sympathetic to the public.

Steve also told Mo’Nique that was not specific enough and did not. give details on what she wanted the public to do when she called for her Netflix boycott. 

Mo’Nique brought up a few good points also. She argued that she needed to take a bold stand against he discrimination that she was facing. And Mo claims that her entertainment colleagues were supporting her stance her privately and then blasting her in public.

Here's the video of Part 1 of the discussion. In part 2 - Mo'Nique threatens to PUNCH Steve in.his face.

Here’s part 2:


Steve Harvey & Mo'Nique FIGHT On His Show - Tries To SLAP Steve!

Mo'Nique: I Told Steve Harvey I'll PUNCH HIM IN HIS FACE!!
Last week we told you that Mo'Nique and Steve Harvey were preparing to fight on the set of his talk show. Well now, Mo'Nique confirmed the rumors.

The drama popped off during a taping of Steve Harvey's talk show in Los Angeles. During the interview, Mo'Nique and Steve started arguing after Mo'Nique claimed that Steve was not promoting her new Las Vegas comedy show residency properly.

Initially MTO News reported that Mo'Nique threatened to "slap" Steve. Well Mo'Nique wanted to CORRECT our report. She told her fans that she did not threaten to SLAP him - instead she threatened to PUNCH him in the face.

Mo'Nique and Steve Harvey have known each other for years, and have had a testy relationship for most of those years. Some say that Mo'Nique despises Steve.

This blow up on his show with Mo'Nique may be just what Steve Harvey needed. Last month it was reported that Steve's daytime talk show was scheduled to be CANCELLED this fall.


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Steve Harvey & Mo'Nique FIGHT On His Show - Tries To SLAP Steve!!
Steve Harvey and comedian Mo'Nique got into a fight on Steve Harvey's talk show, and Mo'Nique threatened to SLAP Steve - MTO News can confirm.

Mo'Nique appeared on Steve's show on Wednesday. It was supposed to be a friendly interview between two old friends - but the day ended in fireworks.

As soon as the interview began, Mo'Nique tried to steer the discussion towards her new Las Vegas residency, which is at the SLS Hotel in Las Vegas. But Steve had other things that he wanted to discuss.

Steve turned the discussion towards what he called "disrespectful" comments by Mo. He brought up some controversial statements that Mo’Nique has made about popular Black entertainers like Whoopi Goldberg, Tyler Perry and others.

Mo’Nique recently referred to Whoopi as ‘the help’ in an interview, and Steve took offense to the comment. He then tried to pressure Mo'Nique to apologize to Whoopi - and Monique snapped.

According to multiple sources, Mo'Nique stood up and tried to get physical with Steve. Here's how the website Jasmine Brand is describing what happened:

“She threatened to hit Steve in the face. He told her if she hit him, her husband would have to come out and square off.”

It is confirmed that Mo'Nique's husband was with her, and prepared to jump on Steve if needed. Luckily, that wasn't needed.

Everything calmed down and Steve and Mo'Nique managed to finish the interview without violence.

But as one audience member said, "There was a lot of tension in the room. Mo'Nique looked like she was ready to put hands on Steve."


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It’s going DOWN y’all. Oprah and Mo’Nique are going at it. Oprah FIRED the first shots at Mo’Nique and Mo RESPONDED.
It all started when Oprah said that she wouldn’t STOOP to Mo’Nique’s level – and then all HECK broke loose.

Two days ago, Global Grind interviewed. Here’s what Oprah said:

“It’s impossible; it’s a law that if you meet negative with negative, you will just have a combustive negative force of energy. You can’t meet negative energy where it is; you have to rise above it, you have to transcend it. You have to be the light. It only takes a little bit of light to banish the darkness; it takes a lot of darkness to overcome the light. It takes just a little bit of light, and we are warriors of the light. I would never stoop to try to meet somebody where they are negatively. Don’t care who they are.”

Mo’Nique didn’t take lightly to Oprah’s remarks and addressed her directly on Twitter.

“@Oprah there is a difference between negativity for the sake of being negative and there is a difference between the truth which may be negative. If you notice what your not saying is I’ve lied about anything and that is very telling don’t you think. #truthwillsetyoufree”

The signs of these two becoming besties in the future. But we hope that the industry does not blackball Mo’Nique. She should be allowed to speak her truth and still feed her family… but we all know the “Precious” star is far from done.




“You know when I heard Danny Strong had come on the show and was adamant about Mo’Nique was never offered that role and he’d gone on other places and said it. And I tweeted that brother and said, ‘Will you speak as loudly when you understand that you’re telling something that’s not correct?’” Mo’Nique told Sway.

Below are the emails from a woman named Jill, who’s a part of Lee Daniels’ team.

Feb. 18, 2014

Good Afternoon,

Lee Daniels had a conversation with Mo’Nique about his new television pilot for Imagine Tv/Fox called “Empire.” We would like to screen test her for the role of ‘Cookie.’ Please contact us with her television quotes, so that we can start a test, option, deal. We are tentatively looking at Monday, Feb 24 for the screen test.

Feb. 18, 2014

Hello I am following up on my previous e-mail regarding Lee Daniels’ pilot and Mo’Nique’s television quotes. This is a time sensitive matter. Lee really does not want Mo’Nique to miss this opportunity.

An additional email dated March 3 shows that Mo’Nique’s offer to play Cookie ultimately fell through after Daniels realized he needed to get approval from Fox before offering her the part.

March 3, 2014

Unfortunately it’s not going any further for Mo’Nique. Lee fought for her because he thought she would be great for the pilot but studio and network executives insisted on offering the role to Taraji. Thank you so much for providing us with her information. Sorry it didn’t work out. We’re all big fans of hers.


Mo'Nique's Oscar Win Celebrated By Diddy, Nicki Minaj, Soulja Boy. Watch Her Acceptance Speech Inside

  • Mo'Nique, 47, won Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2010 for her role in Lee Daniels' Precious 
  • Actress say the Academy Award-winning director told her last year the Hollywood establishment was punishing her for not playing by their rules 
  • Mo'Nique was criticized five years ago for her reluctance to campaign for awards  

Five years after TV and film actress Mo'Nique won an Academy Award for her tour-de-force performance in the drama Precious, she finally found out why she wasn't being inundated with attractive offers like other Oscar winners. 

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, which appears in the magazine's February 27 issue dedicated to Gone With The Wind actress Hattie McDaniel's historic Oscar win in 1940, Mo'Nique revealed that it was director Lee Daniels who finally explained to her why her career went in the direction that it did.

The actress said she's learned that she was being punished for refusing to lobby the members of the Academy for votes and for not playing by Hollywood's rules.    

'I got a phone call from Lee Daniels maybe six or seven months ago. And he said to me, "Mo'Nique, you've been blackballed,"' the former star of the sitcom The Parkers recalled.

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Big night: Mo'Nique, the winner of Best Supporting Actress award for 'Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire, poses in the press room at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre on March 7, 2010. the actress says she's been 'blackballed' by Hollywood 

Big night: Mo'Nique, the winner of Best Supporting Actress award for 'Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire, poses in the press room at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre on March 7, 2010. the actress says she's been 'blackballed' by Hollywood 

Sidelined: Mo'Nique said she got a call from Precious director Lee Daniel (left) last year, who told her that the Hollywood community was not happy with her 

Sidelined: Mo'Nique said she got a call from Precious director Lee Daniel (left) last year, who told her that the Hollywood community was not happy with her 

Speaking out: Mo'Nique took to Twitter to address the 'blackballing' comment in The Hollywood Reporter story 

Speaking out: Mo'Nique took to Twitter to address the 'blackballing' comment in The Hollywood Reporter story 

'And I said, "I've been blackballed? Why have I been blackballed?" And he said, "Because you didn't play the game."'

When the 47-year-old comedian and actress asked the Oscar-winning director of Precious what game he was speaking off, Daniels reportedly declined to elaborate.

In a statement to the magazine, Lee Daniels later clarified his 'blackballed’ comment, explaining that Mo'Nique's unwillingness to actively participate in the Precious campaign in the run-up to the Academy Awards ceremony 'soured her relationship with the Hollywood community.'

Mo'Nique also said in the lengthy interview with the magazine that she got an undeserved reputation in Hollywood for being 'difficult.'

Tour-de-force performance: Mo'Nique won much praise for her portrayal of Precious' (left) abusive mother

Tour-de-force performance: Mo'Nique won much praise for her portrayal of Precious' (left) abusive mother

Non-conformist: Mo'Nique said she's been unfairly labeled' difficult' by industry insiders for her unwillingness to campaign for awards 

Non-conformist: Mo'Nique said she's been unfairly labeled' difficult' by industry insiders for her unwillingness to campaign for awards 

Oscar winning actress Mo'Nique stars in 2009 film, Precious

‘Whoever those people are who say, "Mo'Nique is difficult," those people are either heartless, ruthless or treat people like they're worthless,’ she declared.

According to the Baltimore native, she's been labelled ‘tactless’ and ‘tacky’ by some in the film industry, but she said that's only because as someone who grew up in a blue-collar family, she refuses to let anyone take advantage of her.

On Thursday, she took to Twitter writing: ‘To be BLACKBALLED or ostracized 4 ur views is a scary thought, however to say silent about what u see is scarier. #faceyourfears’

Over the past five years, Mo'Nique said she's been passed up for a number of plum roles in major TV and film projects, including Lee Daniel's The Butler, his prime-time Fox drama Empire and the upcoming Richard Pryor biopic, in which she was slated to play the ground-breaking comedian's grandmother.

‘Each of those things that he offered me was taken off the table,’ she said. ‘They all just went away.’

In 2009, Daniels cast Mo'Nique in the family drama Precious, based on the book Push by Sapphire.

A year later, she won a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her heart-wrenching and terrifying portrayal of the title character's abusive mother.

Winner for Actress in a Supporting Role ("Precious") Mo'Nique gives her acceptance speech at the 82nd Academy Awards at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, California on March 07, 2010
The day after winning Best Supporting Actress in February 1940, Hattie McDaniel poses before a table of plaque and statuette Oscars

Role model: Mo'Nique (left) invoked the memory of Hattie McDaniel (right), the first African-American actress to win an Oscar in 1940, thanking her in her acceptance speech in 2010 

In her acceptance speech, Mo'Nique invoked the memory of Hattie McDaniel, who became the first African-American actress to win an Oscar, thanking her for 'enduring all that she had to so I would not have to.'
Mo'Nique said that after taking home the coveted golden statuette that night, she thought that her career would blossom, but the reality turned out to be quite different.
‘Hattie said, "After I won that award, it was as if I had done something wrong." It was the same with me,’ she lamented.
With no new roles on the horizon, Mo'Nique and her husband, Sidney Hicks, took matters into their own hands and independently produced the coming-of-age film Blackbird, which has been on the festival circuit for the past year, Variety reported.
The drama starring Mo'Nique and Grey's Anatomy actor Isaiah Washington will be released in 10 threatens in April.



The curtains may have closed on the 82nd annual Academy Awards, but the celebration has just gotten under way for Mo'Nique's big win Sunday night (March 7).

The outspoken actress saw years of hard work pay off when she took home the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her groundbreaking performance as an abusive mother in "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire." Just like when Will Smith, Denzel Washington and Halle Berry took home Hollywood's most coveted prize, Mo'Nique's shining moment was celebrated throughout the hip-hop community.

"Go Mo go!!!" Diddy wrote on Twitter. "Congrats!!!! Let's go!"

"CONGRATULATIONS MoNIQUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Nicki Minaj tweeted.

"From Soul Plane to winning an Oscar!" radio personality Ed Lover marveled on Twitter. "Congrats Mo'Nique! We are soo proud of you!"

"I'm glad Mo'Nique won," Q-Tip added. "She's a cool down to earth woman."

"Congratulations Monique!" Soulja Boy Tell'em wrote. "You are a queen."

But Mo'Nique's big night wasn't just about her win. Her emotional acceptance speech brought the audience at the Kodak Theatre to their feet.

"I would like to thank the Academy for showing that it can be about the performance and not the politics," Mo'Nique said. "To my amazing husband, Sidney — thank you for showing me that sometimes you have to forego doing what's popular, in order to do what's right."

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Comment by vaughn mitchell 9 hours ago
Where, is the fight? The slap?
Comment by hayu2u2 yesterday

Ok who wrote this article because it wasnt a fight mo never threatened to punch Steve and maybe cause I wasnt wearing my glasses but where was the slap I understand were they are both coming from and the same ppl that labeled her as "difficult " must have worth this trash, smh

Comment by HandsomeMan on Thursday
Comment by mr1stroke on Thursday

i barely agree with steve but today he comes through, and yes to all those who have not foloowed her career she is a valuable jewels to our black world and hollywood, 

Comment by mr1stroke on Thursday

and yes i worked with her for a shor period of time, what she always said to us who were contracting with her, she said youn brothers and sisters take yoru companies to the next level control and own all you do, higher others and help others in the community we need to stop depending on those people they dont care about us, thats how real she is, when she was accepting chump change from every one she was cool, now that her and her husband trying to build an empire they are mad at her, f*** this world of hollywood, and all those who feels she should for ever be a slave

Comment by mr1stroke on Thursday

I stood my monique from day one and i still stand with her, and will always do, she walked away from being used by white hollywood and the greety house negros, she raised her voice against those who tried to destroy her, and she is not alone, the Vitim is never alone, God always send his angels when he or she is too weak and no longer have nothing left to fight, so Monique will rise again and watch her enemies crumble, those without a voice and wont raise their voices will forever be victim, i stand with any one who refuse to be victims, i love that sister from day one, love ehr to death

Comment by Cee Gee on Monday

I love Mo'Nique!  She is so real.  If she was blackballed from Hollywood, I don't see it as a bad thing, especially if she was sticking up for herself and her principles!  She is and will always be a "bad b****" to a good way!  

Comment by mr1stroke on February 4, 2019 at 4:42pm
Okay this is the problem with the Negro communify unless you think like that or like who and what they like you are the problems. Now hoe about you name the 3 young talents who were so talented she could not keep up with, you met Monique well i worked with her at the BET talk shows again part of the promotion team thats a sister who always telling those are us who were trying to uograde our talent and tried to get to other business venture if you people stop listening to white media and hollywood you can have a mind of your own
Monique didnt start to gey blue balls until he calls out lee daniels and exposed him for being gay when he tried to extort her by promoting his movies for free, now unless you cant read and never been involved in business you would understand contract everything is a term unless the contract covers all condition for one price everything else is extra, every white actors 9n hollywood get extra from streaming and dvd sales for their promotional work, what was Monique doing so wrong other than standing up for her self, negros always trying to use and abuse black folks who try go grow how comr Lee Daniels dont ask the white actors to do it for free, i will always say i am proud to move away from the black community and dont have to deal with n***** nonsense you idiots are the worse you waste more time to destroy each other than ti help grow the community i mean look around you that community is a dump compare to the rest of America keep hating each other lets see how that works out for you im glad she is not running around sucking dicks like the rest of the desperate negros her deliverance day will come and i strongly believe in that, i guess she was wrong when she stood up to Netflix too lol dsmn idiot negros
Comment by marcella edmond on February 4, 2019 at 8:38am

Monique is a bad been and she knows it.  She's angry because she couldn't keep up with three younger talent.  She thought that because she's black and has been i the business for so long that she deserves something.  No honey, you have to earn it. She's the one saying and doing things to bring negativity upon herself and her attitude is disgustingdisgusting. I met her and she's not a very nice person.  She's bitter and no one likes to work with her BECAUSE she thinks she's owed something.  It doesn't work that way.  You get movie offers according to your talent, not just because you've been in the game longer than some others.  She's a very hateful woman. She needs to be thankful for her gig in Vegas and just shut her big mouth.  

Comment by mr1stroke on February 3, 2019 at 1:48pm
Its because of people like you hollywood is full of negro gays and house negros who hate the truth, igorant sad niggers like are miserable always praying on others fall down always supporting big lips faggots like your uncle Tom of course you wouldnt want Monique to get another job, she aint done nothing to no one but stood up for her self and tell the truth about the injustice done to her, in today's society this is a crime unless you are trying to fit in, but many of us know wjat Gob bless no one cursed, this is her storm for now, it shall pass like the rest, but your steve harvey days will come after all evety one who deal with that negro know he is a sell out and a coon just like you dumb n*****

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