Monique Reveals Why Steve Harvey Is a SNAKE & COWARD

Steve Harvey is having a rough year…Between getting humiliated by his wife Marjorie over recent cheating rumors and getting exposed for trying to steal roles from the late great Bernie Mac, Steve is now also getting dragged by Monique for being a coward and a snake…

Actress-comedian Mo’Nique had a tense exchange with talk show host Steve Harvey over her claim that she has been blackballed by Hollywood since her 2010 Oscar win for her role in “Precious.”


Steve Harvey is looking at last week’s tense on-air exchange with Mo’Nique as a teachable moment.

When Mo’Nique appeared on the Feb. 13 episode of “Steve,” the Oscar winner recalled how she had been labeled as “difficult” and eventually “blackballed” in Hollywood because she demanded additional pay for participating in the Oscar publicity campaign for the 2009 film “Precious.”


“I’ve got to slow down when I’m talking,” he told People Sunday when asked about his interview with the star. “I can’t get into heated discussions, and I’ve got to just guard my words more carefully.”

“I said no to some very powerful people,” Mo’Nique said regarding her stance on Oscar campaigning. She became a lightning rod again in 2018 when she proposed a Netflix boycott because the streaming platform wouldn’t offer her the same pay for a stand-up special as it did for other big-name comedians, such as Chris Rock and Amy Schumer.

Mo’Nique then called out Harvey for a comment he made about her following the Netflix controversy, telling him, “When I heard you go on the air and you said, ‘My sister done burnt too many bridges and there’s nothing I can do for her now,’ do you know how hurt I was?”

Harvey countered that he thought she did herself a “disservice” with her call-to-arms over Netflix, noting that it came off as “rich people problems.” He also pointed out: “If we’re gonna boycott, are we gonna not get subscriptions, turn it off, are we gonna go down there and get signs?”

Mo’Nique faulted Harvey and other powerful African-Americans for not being “strong enough to go public and say, ‘We can’t throw our sister under the bus.’ “

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