Mo’Nique recently stopped by “The Real” and had an emotional reconciliation with co-host Loni Love. The Almost Christmas actress opened up about a misunderstanding the two had and how they eventually got past it in a healthy and mature way.
“The reason Loni and I had to hold onto each other for minute is because we could have experienced a horrible Hollywood story, but in the end, the story was so beautiful and I think it’s important that people understand who Loni is for real,” she said.
“You know, to know who she really is because one day uh, [her husband] Sidney and I were listening to their show [radio show Café’Mocha] and Loni and her co-host, baby, they was going in “How could Mo’Nique do that? Oh, the man, her husband…” and it was just not kind. I called my sister [referring to Loni] up. I didn’t want to call anybody else, I wanted to talk directly to my sister [pointing to Loni] and I called her up and the conversation we had she said in the midst of that conversation, she said ‘Mo’Nique, I didn’t consider that. I didn’t consider that as I was talking,‘” the Oscar-winning actress added.
“Exactly,” Love replied.
“So, it was our moment right there for us to physically hold on to each other,” Mo’Nique continued.
To which a teary-eyed Love agreed: “No, you called me and I said ‘I gotta fix this, okay and I made sure.‘”
See: Conflict can have a happy ending.
Catch the full episode on Nov. 7 where Mo’Nique also dishes on how she danced her way down to 203 pounds and her new film Almost Christmas.
Mo’Nique And Loni Love Have Emotional Reconciliation On ‘The Real’ was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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