First Mo’Nique, Now Wanda Sykes? The Two Comedians Slam Netflix For Unequal Pay

by Krystal Franklin

January 22, 2018

Photos by  Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic and Monica Schipper/WireImage

Mo’Nique was the topic of conversation on social media over the weekend after calling for a Netflix boycott. Why? The streaming service reportedly offered the Oscar award winning actress $500,000 for a comedy special, an amount she felt was extremely too low. Watch below.

After the 50-year-old shared her thoughts on Netflix’s alleged gender and color bias, fellow comedian Wanda Sykes, showed her support and even revealed she was also a victim of being low-balled by the company.

Mo’Nique again took to social media to rally the troops around the boycott even more, asking why a white female comedian (Amy Schumer was paid $13 million for her special) was paid more than she and Sykes. Watch below.

With the recent news of the #TimesUp movement and Tracee Ellis Rossfight for equal pay on Blackish, it seems as if we’ll see this narrative even more in Black Hollywood. Watch a few Lance Gross, Erica Ash and other celebrities weigh in on the issue of equal pay below.

But about that skin regimen, Mo. Give up the deets!

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