Jada Pinkett Smith, Wendy Williams & More Black Women Show Support For Mo’Nique

by Krystal Franklin

January 24, 2018

Photos by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images for The Blackhouse Foundation at Sundance 2018, Kevin Winter/Getty Images and Daniel Zuchnik/WireImage

In light of Mo’Nique‘s call to boycott Netflix for allegedly low-balling her on a comedy special, the 50-year-old comedian has come under fire for speaking out (read why you might be a hypocrite if you bash Mo and support Tracee Ellis Ross in her fight for equal pay here). Wanda Sykes was one of the first to speak out and seemingly show support for Mo’Nique, and now the flood gates have opened — and rightfully so.

On Tuesday, Jada Pinkett Smith took to Twitter to defend Mo’s fight for equal pay.

Lil Mama also shared her thoughts.

Even Wendy Williams surprisingly chimed in without an ounce of shade. Watch below.

Watch what Tichina Arnold, Lance Gross and more celebrities say time should be up on in 2018.

TELL US: Should more women in Hollywood speak out in support of Mo’Nique’s efforts to be paid equally? 

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