Miss Mo’Nique Had Some Words For Auntie Oprah Winfrey –Check Out Her Open Letter.

Whew Chillay!!! The beef between Mo’Nique and Ms. Oprah Winfrey has taken an interesting turn, to say the least. Mo’Nique took to Instagram Wednesday to file her grievances with Winfrey, calling her out for racism and not including all criminals in the same category.

She starts out, “Dear @oprah, I felt compelled to write you this open letter after observing the disparity in the way that you seem to treat people, who were accused of the same allegations, ” wrote Mo’Nique, attached to a picture she posted of herself and Oprah Winfrey during happier times.

Mo’Nique contiued with her letter stating, “You did an interview on the CBS Morning Show and were asked about Harvey Weinsten by Norah O’Donnell, and you said as it pertained to him that “you always try to look at the Rainbow in the clouds, whatever is the “Silver lining”.  You also said “if we make this all about Harvey Weinstein then we have lost the moment.” When you either are, or were going to be a part of  documentary on Michael Jackson and Russell Simmons, how is that not making it all about them? Interestingly, Brother M.J. was acquitted, and deceased, so how is he not off limits.”

Check out the clip below Mo’Nique is referencing., where Winfrey made her stan clear by featuring the MJ’s accusers who made appearances in  the HBO documentary, Finding Neverland,  on her  was a one hour special called After Neverland. The special featured her conducting intimate interiews with the acccusers (whom once said MJ never abused them) are now claiming that Michal Jackson did in fact sexually abusing them. When asked why the conflicting stories, they said they didn’t recognize it as abuse, since Michael was so nice and all.

Mo’Nique continues the tongue lashing to Miss Oprah, “Russell and Harvey are accused of the same thing so in fairness how do you not ‘support’ the accusers of both as you said you did with R.S. or you look for the silver lining for both like you said you did for H.W.? The only difference between the two is their skin color and doesn’t H.W. have way more accusers,” she wrote. “And how are you for Black women when you hear Tyler on audio saying I was right and he was going to speak up, but you or him still haven’t said a word?” Mo said.  She concluded by pleading with Winfrey to consider her perspective and declaring love for her.

“When I was sixteen and I met you at your local show in Baltimore, I told you I wanted to be just like you when I grew up. You responded, “You have to work really really hard.” My sixteen-year-old self didn’t know that you in your silence in the face of wrongdoing, would make my life harder. Lastly, please consider standing by the people who are right and not just the ‘right people'”.

Folks Are Disgusted At Blatant Racist Letter To Penn State Captain–Coach Defends His Character

The audacity of the racism running rampant still in almost the year of 2020 is simply unreal to say the least. When David Petersen, a 1966 Penn State graduate in speech pathology was asked for a response to his disgraceful, hate-filled letter to Penn State’s captain about his hairstyle, he says he was unaware that his letter had sparked an outrage via social media.

Penn State player Antonio Shelton tweeted an image of the letter with this message: “One of my teammates got this. Explain to me how this isn’t racist.” Petersen (the obvious (‘racist’), tells reporters by phone that making a racial or cultural statement “was not the intent at all”.

He continues, ” I would just like to see the coaches get the guys cleaned up and not looking like Florida State and Miami guys”.

Penn State Coach James Franklin denounced the ill-mannered letter on Tuesday. “Jonathan Sutherland is one of the most respected players in our program”, the coach said in a news conference. “He’s the ultimate example of what our program is all about. He’s a captain, he’s a dean’s list honor student, he’s confident, he’s articulate, he’s intelligent, he’s thoughtful, he’s caring and he’s committed”.

He continued, “He’s got two of the most supportive parents, and I would be so blessed if my daughters would marry someone with his character and integrity one day.’

See the letter below from a Penn State alum.

By Tuesday, the internet gone berserk and was exploding with comments and reactions to the letter. The tweet had garnered nearly 11,000 retweets and more than 36,000 likes. People are outraged and have certainly clapped back to this racist bigot.

Heres what rapper TI posted on his Instagram this morning:

Killer Mike was the first to comment, saying, “Scorched the earth with that retort. Damn”.

Another commented, Wow the CAUcasity #whodarehim #loclove. Someone else said, “If all the young black athletes and scholars stop attending power 5 schools and Ivy league schools and attend HBCU’s there wouldn’t be any of this happening”.

Someone else commented, “Transfer to a hbcu…”

Since the letter has gone viral, Penn State issued a statement on Twitter: “While we don’t know the source of this letter of the authenticity, obviously its content does not align with our values. We strongly condemn this message or any message of intolerance.”

Sandy Barbour, Penn State’s vice president for intercollegiate athletics, added her own tweeted statement :” I stand with our Penn State student athletes and appreciate how they represent PSU in competition, in the classroom and in the community. Their dress, tattoos, or hairstyle has no impact on my support nor does their gender, skin color, sexuality or religion!”