Mo'Nique Flaunts Curves in Pink Low-Cut Top & Camo Skirt After Major Weight Loss

Lois Oladejo
Jan 27, 2020
06:20 P.M.
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The 52-year-old comedian and actress, Mo'Nique looked stunning showing off her new curves in a pink top and military print Skirt.


In the most recent post on her Instagram page, the American comedian and actress, Mo’Nique gave her followers something to gush about.

She took to Instagram to post a series of pictures of herself showing off her curves in a military skirt and cleavage-revealing pink top.

Mo'Nique poses for a photo on set of ENEWS Daily pop| Phot:Getty Images


In two of the pictures, Mo’Nique’s eyes were closed as she laughed. In another two, she looked more serious as she posed with a straight face.

In the last picture, she is seen knocking knuckles with her friend. She captioned the post with a message to her followers,



Her fans and followers hit the like button and took to the comment section to gush about how amazing she looked, commending her for her hard work.

“When hard work pays off you look amazing,” someone said. “Dayummmm auntie mo looking amazing,” added another.

Last year, Mo’Nique sued Netflix for racial and gender discrimination.


The comedian has always been real about her struggles with weight loss and since she actively started taking measures to lose weight, she has shared her journey with her Instagram followers.

In 2017, Mo’Nique broke her record; for the first time in her adult life, she weighed less than 200 pounds. She took to social media to share the good news and revealed how she was able to achieve it. She said in a video:

“For me it was with no surgery, no prepackaged foods, not listening to no spokespeople saying ‘it’s easy, you can do it.’ It was just putting in the work and not giving up on me,” 


Getting into great shape isn’t the only thing working for Mo'nique as she recently announced that she would be starring in her own comedy special on Showtime.

The hour long special, “MoNique & Friends: Live from Atlanta” will premiere on February 7 and will feature other comedians.

Last year, Mo’Nique sued Netflix for racial and gender discrimination. She met with Netflix to negotiate a contract but was offered a lesser amount compared to other male and white-female comedians.

Few days after she got the contract with Showtime, Netflix denied her allegations and asked that the lawsuit against them be dismissed.