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Jemele Hill is out of a job again. The chronically unemployed sportscaster left Spotify and is looking for a new home for her “Unbothered” podcast network.

According to reports, Hill demanded Spotify pay her $100 million, similar to the $200 million they’re paying podcaster Joe Rogan.
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However, Hill denied the report in a tweet on Friday:

“A lot of what’s been reported just isn’t true. My podcast hasn’t been cancelled. I never asked Spotify for $100M. This sh-t is truly comical.”

In a response to a critic, Hill tweeted that she left Spotify for “investment and growth.”

“I never told Spotify or the NYT, that I deserved $100M. My deal at Spotify is pretty fair. This was about investment and growth.”

Hill’s podcast network employed other Black podcasters who are now out of work.
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Hill, who started at ESPN in 2006, was let go by the network in 2018 after a series of infractions, including tweeting that President Trump was a “white supremacist.”

That same year she took a gig as a contributing writer for The Atlantic.

From August 2020 to February 2021, she co-hosted Vice’s “Cari & Jemele Stick to Sports” alongside Cari Champion.