Mo'Nique addresses controversial remarks of being 'blackballed' in Hollywood
American actress Mo'Nique has addressed her controversial remarks of being "blackballed" in Hollywood in a recent interview.
Washington: American actress Mo'Nique has addressed her controversial remarks of being "blackballed" in Hollywood in a recent interview.
The American actress said in a interview with Good Morning America that people were saying someone needs to teach her a lesson because she was not playing the game and she was going to get in her own way of winning this award because it seems like she was choosing her family over Hollywood, E! Online reported.
The 47-year-old actress was previously criticized for her lack of campaigning prior to her Oscar win, and upon taking the stage to accept her accolade, she thanked the Academy "for showing that it can be about the performance and not the politics".
She continued that she had no idea because according to her Hollywood had turned its nose up to her.
Mo'Nique, who won Academy Award in 2010 for her role in the Lee Daniels-directed film 'Precious', asserted that that those were feelings that Daniels was having and then he said there were things that the actress didn't thank the producers and the studio.