Lee Daniels Apologizes to Mo’Nique Live on Stage: 13-Year Feud Ended Like This WATCH

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Lee Daniels has publicly apologized to Mo’Nique, further cementing the end of their 13-year feud.

The filmmaker was on hand at a festival in Staten Island and brought out the actress-comedienne to declare his love for her and express his remorse for his role in their fall-out over ‘Precious.’


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As widely documented, the pair had been at loggerheads in the time since the Oscar-winning film’s release – with Mo’ bemoaning the request for her to promote the flick internationally and Daniels voicing his displeasure about her very public critiques.

As the saying goes, time heals the deepest of wounds. Because, as reported, the duo have mended fences and are set to work together on new Netflix movie ‘Demon House.’


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Speaking to Mo directly, Daniels said:

“It took me a long time to realize. I am so sorry for hurting you in any way that I did. Y’all, she was my best friend. ‘Precious’ was God working through both of us and we gonna f*cking do it again!”

The two, who went 13 years without speaking, Deadline reported, recently patched things up ahead of an announcement that Mo’Nique would star in Daniels’ coming film, “Demon House.”

The movie — about a social worker who helps a family through a series of exorcisms — was supposed to have starred Octavia Spencer, but she dropped out because of a scheduling conflict, Deadline reported.

Daniels tapped Mo’Nique as Spencer’s replacement.

“NO CAPTION NEEDED. I LOVE US 4REAL,” Mo’Nique wrote, while Daniels posted: “no caption needed @therealmoworldwide.”


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