She ends the video by saying that Netflix told her team that Mo'Nique was a legend. This comes after she has claimed to have experienced color and gender bias from the company.
'I am asking that you stand with me and boycott Netflix for gender bias and colour bias, ' she began in a video posted Friday.
The Blackbird actress took to Instagram where she called out the company in a descriptive, personal scenario where she claims she was offered significantly less money than both her white and male peers.More news: Will Ferrell's bizarre interview of Roger Federer
In a clip posted to Instagram, Mo'Nique claims that Netflix offered her $500,000 for the rights to her next stand-up special. She referred to Rock and Chapelle as comedy legends and they were offered $20 million and Amy was offered $11 million, after renegotiating with the streaming service.
"When we asked Netflix to explain the difference, why the money was so different, they said, 'Well, we believe that's what Mo'Nique will bring, '" the comedian explained.
However, she says, they then explained that Schumer's deal was attributable to her sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden and her recent movie, presumably Trainwreck, accomplishments which Mo'Nique points out could be considered part of Schumer's resumé.More news: Abu Sayyaf releases 2 Indonesian kidnap victims
Comedian Amy Schumer called Netflix out on charges of sexism past year, when she learned that she had been paid less than Chappelle and Rock for her work.
A Netflix spokesperson the company does not comment on contract negotiations.
At the moment, the streaming service now plays a comedy special hosted by Mo'Nique titled Mo'Nique: It Coulda Been Your Cellmate! She won best supporting actress for her role in the Lee Daniels film, Precious.More news: United Nations chief defends Iran deal after Trump demands changes