Meanwhile, the Pitch Perfect 3 star previously admitted she thinks it is her size that makes her amusing.
"I'd like to make it known that every Black woman (and others) who was blocked, including myself, was very gracious and took the time to educate her on why she was incorrect and wrong in her erasure of plus-sized icons Queen Latifah and Mo'Nique-though we didn't need to", Kent explains.
I think Britney is the only celebrity I follow who is not focusing on posting about voting today, which is how she rolls.
She also apologized for blocking certain critics, including TV and film expert ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, who changed her Twitter name to "ReBecca "Rebel Wilson Unblocked Me" Theodore-Vachon". Wilson seemed to forget various Queen Latifah rom-coms, like The Last Holiday (2006) and Just Wright (2010), as well as the 2006 Mo'Nique vehicle called Phat Girlz. Technically those films are catorgorized/billed as a studio rom-com with a sole lead. Mo'Nique addressed her comments, adding that she was inadvertently erasing their history, as some of their political opponents may want.
"I'm all about supporting plus-size women and I work so hard to do so".
Her upcoming film Isn't It Romantic, directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson shows the actor stuck in a parallel-universe with her life becoming a romantic-comedy after an accident with a mugger.
Rebel initially said there was a "slight grey area".
Rebel first apologised to Mo'Nique, who had tweeted: 'Hey my sweet sister. It's slated to be released February 14 by Warner Bros.