Diddy, Styles P, Raekwon, Q-Tip and more have congratulated actress/comedian Mo’Nique for winning an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress at tonight’s Academy Awards ceremony.

Diddy expressed his excitement about Mo’s win for her role in the film Precious.

“CONGRATS TO ALL THE OSCAR NOMINEES!!!!! Who do you think will win? Click here->http://oscar.go.com/nominations/nominees,” he wrote Sunday (March 7) night. “Go Mo go!!!!! Congrats!!!! Let’s go! I’m only human! The spell check changed mo to month! D*mn people relax. Lol. Take a shot of ciroc!!!! Lol Who do yall feel is best dressed?????” (Diddy’s Twitter)

Styles also rang in the celebration via his Twitter account.

“i know precious better win something ! that was a classic movie!,” he wrote. “feeling that hope it wins some more! i might go to the ocars as a author one day like homie who just won! i see it now white t under da tux! lets go!!!!!!! YEAH YEAH YEAH salute da SISTER SHE KILLED IT THE PERFORMANCE NOT THE POLITICS D*MN I FEEL HER!!!!!! @Rosenbergradio just imagine the road she has been down now she got an academy award let her preach f*ck it!she shinin tho! @Rosenbergradio she could go get what she deserves now though lil more leverage on her side i hope she 36mafia that sh*t and rock it!” (Styles P’s Twitter)

The “Chef” also displayed his admiration for Monique.

“Wanna say congratulations 2 “Monica” for winning a oscar tonight! Pardon me Monique for winning the oscar tonight!.” (Raekwon’s Twitter)

Tip took a more critical look at the actress’ win and her acceptance speech.

“d*mn mo’nique skipped director lee daniels in her acceptance … wonder why.. im glad mo’nique won shes a cool down to earth woman.” (Q-Tip’s Twitter)

In the film Precious, Mo’Nique also shared screen time with actress Paula Patton and singer Mariah Carey.

Her chilling portrayal of Mary, a verbally, physically and sexually abusive mother to the title character, had an intensity unmatched by any of the other nominees, who were Penelope Cruz in “Nine,” Maggie Gyllenhaal in “Crazy Heart,” and Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick in “Up in the Air.” (Reuters)