Mo’Nique was hanging out with “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.” She spent some time showering Juicy with praise after her song of the week. She also gave a sweet greeting to Gary With Da Tea, who she said reached out and offered support during a chaotic time for her. Then, Mo’Nique turns Rickey Smiley‘s book title, “Stand By Your Truth: And Than Run For Your Life” into a spirited sermon, complete with tongues and Da Brat’s soulful hums in the background.
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She talks about her stand-up show as a church service, and criticizes the church’s tendency to ask for money more than once during a service. Then, Mo’Nique and Da Brat perform a unique rendition of Stephanie Mills‘ “I Feel Good All Over,” complete with a hilarious verse from Brat. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview from “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”
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