Mo’Nique Seemingly Comes Out as Bisexual in Netflix Special

My Name is Mo’Nique. (Credit: Netflix)

Mo’Nique said in the trailer her Netflix special would help fans “understand why I swing like I swing,” and she delivered.

The actress and comedian’s stand-up special My Name is Mo’Nique began streaming on April 4.

The Precious star shared anecdotes with the audience about being raised in Baltimore by “junkies, gamblers, alcoholics,” attending special education classes in middle school, and her interest in being intimate with other women.

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Mo’Nique said she told her husband and business manager, Sidney Hicks, that she wanted to explore her desires.

“I said daddy, I wanna be with another woman, sexually,” she said in a clip posted on Instagram by The Shade Room. “And he looked at me so beautifully, and so patient and so loving, and said, ‘b-tch, me too!'”

The comedian added that she has a gay uncle who was rejected by family members, including her beloved grandmother, who refused to accept that her son was gay.

Mo’Nique, 55, said through tears that she had “secret thoughts” and “fantasies” for years, but didn’t share them out of fear of disappointing her late grandmother, who was a devout Christian.

“Now I know y’all are looking at me in this moment saying, ‘Wait a minute b-tch, are you a motherfu–ing d-ke?’ No I’m not, all the way,” she quipped.

My Name is Mo’Nique is currently streaming on Netflix.

The special is directed by L. Frazier, with Mo’Nique and Hicks serving as executive producers.

As previously reported, Mo’Nique taped the special at the Rialto Center for the Arts in Atlanta last year, after settling her gender discrimination lawsuit against Netflix. The suit alleged the streamer “made a lowball offer that was only a fraction of what Netflix paid other (non-Black female) comedians.”

31 thoughts on “Mo’Nique Seemingly Comes Out as Bisexual in Netflix Special

  1. When will these people realize that people don’t really give a sh*t about what they do in the bedroom? Oh, and it doesn’t make them special, it just makes it obvious that they think it does lol.

  2. 1.) Who cares?
    2.) The whole issue of sexuality and gender identify has become so “trendy”, especially for celebrities, that it feels like many of them are coming out with claims mostly to get the attention and publicity. In fact, in this specific case… I don’t care, and I don’t believe it anyway.
    Grow up Mo’nique, and try getting attention by doing something worth it.

  3. Never heard of him and the out control wokeness is why no streaming service is aloud in this house. I am not paying for a freak show

  4. Imagine trying to navigate the saggy bags of skin she has to do anything? The sheer amount of skin tags from years of friction would be enough to turn me off.

  5. What? No way! Whooah! Are you serious? I can’t believe it. Amazing! I’ve never heard anything like that before.

    But seriously it’s just another woke Hollywood cult member wanting attention.

  6. Only bi? So 70 genders have no chance of getting into bed with this goddess. Be all inclusive or get out of my 2023 news feed.

  7. Upload that info to the WGAF database.

    At this point of decay, even her dog won’t have her.

  8. She should change her name to NoMOnique because after this I want her to go away, and I am sure the rest of H’wood does too. Please!!! Stop regaling us with your sexual fantasies and fetishes and your perversions. We don’t care and just want to live a life unencumbered by your mental bs.

  9. just another queer ngger..i am glad i steal my content and not pay netflix for their garbage. fmovies has it all free

  10. Come on guyzzzz!
    We need to be more inclusively diverse with our emotional reparations for these hefty knee-grows!

  11. For some reason …
    black lesbos prefer bl@ck women
    black gays prefer whyte gays
    but straight black guys prefer whyte women.

    … well one things for sure.
    They are all stup!d.

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