Last month it was reported that former SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill had “amicably” parted ways with ESPN after reaching a buyout with the organization according to a report from James Miller.
According to Bossip.com Hill was able to secure a $6 million buyout from ESPN and is now looking to start her own production company.
BOSSIP can exclusively confirm that Hill will receive just shy of $6 million from ESPN to fulfill the multi-year deal she signed in 2016.
Jemele and her long-time friend and now business partner, Kelley L. Carter, recently launched their production company, Lodge Freeway Media, and will be concentrating on future endeavors that speak in their honest and socially-conscious voice
Today, Hill took to Twitter to say goodbye to ESPN in a heartfelt post.
Now that Jemele Hill is no longer employed by ESPN she has no problem clapping back at Twitter trolls who have made her life hell in the past.
The Internet was amused by an unfiltered Jemele Hill.