Mo'Nique is on the hot seat again -- this time for body-shaming a Black woman who wore a bonnet at the airport.
Social media users descended on Mo'Nique like locusts after she body-shamed a woman who wore an oversized bonnet and undersized clothing at the airport.
Last month, the Oscar winning actress and comedienne shamed Black women who wore bonnets to the airport.
Ghetto fabulous women are frequent flyers, thanks to stimulus checks, unemployment benefits and PPP loans.
The mother-of-three was annoyed to see Black women casually wearing hair bonnets, house shoes, head scarves, and blankets at Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport.
"It took me a minute to say what I'm getting ready to say because I want to make sure I'm not saying it from a place of judgment and that I'm saying it from a place of love," Mo'Nique said.
The 53-year-old mom-of-two caused an uproar again after she shared a photo of the woman, telling her to "do better."
"If this is not your BEST, than do BETTER!" she wrote.
Many of Mo'Nique's followers begged her to delete the photo.
Feminista Jones wrote:
"I have no idea what's going on in your life right now but I'm claiming deliverance because you're being hateful under the guise of toxic positivity and "support". I'm SO disappointed and I've been a huge defender of yours. This is foul."