It looks like TV One or WXIA-TV may have terminated messy queen Funky Dineva from Sister Circle, a daytime talk show modeled after popular female ensemble talk shows such as The View and The Real.
The 33-year-old part-time video blogger was originally signed to deejay for a panel of four women (L-R) sports reporter Rashan Ali, singer Syleena Johnson, standup comedian Kiana Dancie, and reality TV star Quad Webb-Lunceford (Married To Medicine).
But now Syleena and the other cast members are tweeting promotional images of themselves without Dineva -- a sign that he may be gone from the cast.
The show's producers had hoped the openly gay blogger would add a "male perspective" to the TV talk show about women's issues. But Sandrarose.com's readers scoffed at the idea of a hostile gay man speaking on issues important to straight women.
After the backlash from black women on social media and female-owned blogs, the powers that be removed any sign of Dineva from the show's promotional material.
Dineva is known to be openly hostile to black heterosexual and lesbian women, often referring to us as "black bitches" and other derogatory, mysogynistic terms.
He still owes $6,700 to blogger Michelle Brown, of StraightfromtheA.com, for trashing her townhouse after she was kind enough to give him shelter.
Brown applied for a judge's order to garnish his wages from TV One.
Sister Circle premieres this September on TV One.
Will you watch the show now that Dineva is gone?