The Parkers actress Mo'Nique is going against the popular streaming service, Netflix. The 50 year-old actress is claiming that Netflix paid her a significantly less amount than what her comedic colleagues were offered and is calling for a boycott.

Mo'Nique Versus Netflix

The actress addressed the issue on her Instagram page where she went into detail about the amount of money she was offered for a comedy special she did earlier this month. 

"I was offered a $500,000-deal last week to do a comedy special. However Amy Schumer was offered $11 million, Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle -- $20 million. Then Amy Schumer went and renegotiated two more million dollars because she said, 'I shouldn't get what the men are getting, they're legends, however, I should get more,' and Netflix agreed," the actress stated.

The actress stated that she brought to Netflix's attention a similiar problem between the online servie and actress Amy Schumer. Schumer also butted heads with Netflix over unequal payment for a comedy show she did. It was reported that the actress negotiated for two million more dollars in addition to what she already earned.

Monique continued that she wanted to know the difference between what she was asking and Schumer's demands. The comedian stated Netflix claimed that because Schumer starred in the blockbuster filmTrainwreck and wrote her own comedy show, her demands weren't over the top.

"Please stand with me in this boycott of Netflix,"she concluded.

Mo'Nique's Troubled Relationship With Hollywood

After winning the Best Supporting Actress Award for the film Precious, the actress has claimed she was "blacklisted" in Hollywood.

The Soul Plane star stated that directors Lee Daniels, Tyler Perry, and media proprietor Oprah Winfrey made it hard for her to find work because she did not promote Precious and gave an "unflattering" acceptance speech. Daniels denied this and stated that the actress simply "difficult" to work with.

The actress also came under scrutiny for stating that she and her husband, Sidney Hicks, have an "open" marriage.

Despite this, Monique starred in the HBO biopic Bessie opposite Queen Latifah. Her performance as Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith's former rival, received critical acclaim.

The actress is also known for her roles in: Almost Christmas, Two Can Play That Game, Moesha, Phat Girlz, Domino, Baby Boy, Good Fences, and her late night show, The Mo'Nique Show