Outspoken ESPN sports anchor Jemele Hill has been booted from her high-profile gig at ESPN's SportsCenter 'The 6'.
The news comes after the 41-year-old sports anchor was suspended by ESPN in October for badmouthing President Donald Trump and for urging her Twitter.com followers to boycott Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' sponsors.
After Hill's suspension ended, she informed her viewers that she would be on ESPN2 instead of ESPN.
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The rebellious sports anchor continued to badmouth Trump in a series of tweets and in television and radio appearances.
Apparently ESPN has had enough.
On Friday, Hill announced she would be leaving SportsCenter and moving to ESPN's online digital space The Undefeated. The demotion is likely intended to remove Hill from the public eye and replace her with a less controversial anchor.
Hill confirmed the move was her personal choice and it will allow her to express her opinions more freely.