Mo’Nique’s Throwback Video Shows Fans Full-Circle Moment of Her Singing 50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’ on ‘Soul Plane’ to Her Working with Him on ‘BMF’ Series

Mo’Nique brought fans back to her “Soul Plane” movie days after uploading a scene with her comedic sister, Loni Love, reciting rapper 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” lyrics. 

The award-winning actress sent over a message to the Grammy-winning rapper in her caption, writing, “Hey My Sweet Babies. Wow! What a moment in time! @50cent I knew all the words baby!” 

50 Cent has been a Mo’Nique supporter for a long time; he even kept his vow to her that he would restore her place in Hollywood after she claimed to have been blackballed by casting her in season two of his hit series “BMF.” 

After news broke that Mo’Nique would be playing a character named “Goldie,” fans applauded 50 Cent for being a man of his word and helping one of Hollywood’s favorite aunties out. 

“50 Cent is a real one for getting Mo’Nique on BMF after the industry turned their back on her,” wrote one social media user.

Last April, 50 Cent took credit for helping Mo’Nique and filmmaker Lee Daniels end their years’-long feud after his month-long campaign to get her back to television work reportedly landed “The Parkers” actress a role in Daniels’ upcoming Netflix thriller, “Demon House.”

“50 Cent being the peacemaker between Mo’Nique and Lee Daniels was not on my 2022 bingo card. Wow.”

The feeling of adoration is definitely reciprocated on Mo’Nique’s side. 50 Cent has credited the actress for being an intricate part in helping him and legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather squash their infamous beef via social media. 

In an interview with “The Breakfast Club,” 50 Cent revealed he and Mayweather were both in attendance at Mo’Nique’s comedy show during Super Bowl weekend and she called the two men “to stop beefing with one another.”

It’s been 18 years since “Soul Plane” was released. Mo’Nique and 50 Cent’s relationship has come full-circle from her once quoting his song lyrics to her starring in one of his biggest shows.

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