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‘It’s Time for Her Comeback’: 50 Cent Wants Oprah and Tyler Perry to Apologize to Mo’Nique 

Social media’s favorite troll turned crisis manager 50 Cent is continuing his quest to seemingly un-cancel veteran comedian and Academy Award-winning actress Mo’Nique and get her back into Hollywood’s good graces.  

Just one week after praising the 54-year-old actress following a live performance, the television boss returned to social media where he chimed in on the long-standing discord — sharing an infographic video from HotNewHipHop.com that discusses the rapper’s thoughts about the situation.

50 Cent (L) and Mo’Nique (R). Photo by Prince Williams/FilmMagic, Ron Adar/Getty Images

“I’m sure Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry would not want to continue to allow there influence to damage @therealmoworldwide career and this has went on for way to long,” the television boss remarked. “So now would be a great time to apologize because I’m gonna put her back on. GLG GreenLighGang I don’t miss! #bransoncognac.”

Social media users in the comments section applauded the “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” star for his kind remarks, with actress Nia Long writing, “Thank you sir!” Another person commented, “Mo’nique is a legend and now that she’s healthier and stronger than EVER, it’s time for her comeback!!!! Thank you!”

“Godfather 50 make it happen. Monique deserves another opportunity for a strong comeback,” wrote a third Instagram user. “Agreed she is talented should never been black balled that was a long time ago there is no need for them to continue to black ball her….if they so about unity.”

Fif called out Hollywood to start recasting the “Phat Girlz” star after she was purportedly blackballed from the entertainment industry following a mixture of an alleged breach of contract obligations for her role that earned her the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress and for reportedly being labeled as “difficult” by award-winning director Terry Perry. 

During a recent interview, where the actress shed more light on her career-taxing battle with Lee Daniels, Winfrey and Perry; the latter of the three she claimed admitted to his role in damaging her reputation. 

Over the years, the actress has garnered support from fans and industry peers alike, including fellow comedian Kevin Hart — who also urged the group to make amends.

If critics needed a refresher course on Mo’Nique’s resume, Fif also shared a funny clip starring in the Academy-Award-winning film “Precious,” cut with a scene from his hit show, “Power.” “I Gotta get @therealmoworldwide back in pocket,” he wrote. “We only suppose to cancel sh-t that ain’t good for the culture. we need you to WIN again now MONIQUE,” the music mogul captioned the post. 

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