Over the years, Mo’Nique has inspired many of her fans because of her weight-loss journey, and dancing has played a huge role in her ability to shed pounds. However, not everyone on social media is pleased with her life decisions, or even her current state of being.
On Instagram, Mo’Nique shared a video of herself dancing in an aggressive aerobics routine, and she captioned it with, “Baby, this is all the surgery I’ve ever done. Dance Surgery.”
People in the comment section suggested that Mo’Nique didn’t actually lose weight from dancing but was, in fact, a by-product of gastric bypass surgery.
One person, in particular, attacked Mo’Nique’s sensibilities in the crudest way imaginable, straight up calling her “fat and sloppy.” The commenter goes on to demand Richard Simmons, the famous fitness guru, to help this “sexy pig.”
Echoing the calm and effortlessness of Tiffany Haddish – rather than freaking out – Mo’Nique responded delicately, stating, “thank you for always showing up.” The ex-Hollywood star wrote that it was obvious the commenter’s pain was real, and she loves him despite his suffering through life.
As fans of Mo’Nique know, even though she was effectively blackballed from Hollywood, for which she blamed on Tyler Perry, she is still making waves from her podcast.
Formerly, Mo’Nique said to her fans on a radio show that Cardi B and Nicki Minaj needed to stop fighting. She suggested that there was enough room for both of them, and they didn’t need to struggle for the top position, because there can be more than one person.
Obviously, she referred to the infamous Nicki and Cardi feud, which came to its peak, primarily, at the New York Fashion Week event, where Cardi attacked Nicki and her crew because the former allegedly spoke on her daughter’s name.
Later on, it was revealed that Nicki’s friend, Rah Ali, was actually the one to take Cardi out. Fans will remember that Cardi had a giant bump on her head following the altercation. During Nicki’s Queen Radio podcast, she said that Ali wrecked the Invasion of Privacy rapper.