Melissa Harris-Perry takes to Twitter to blast MSNBC

Inside the Feud Between MSNBC and Melissa Harris-Perry
Inside the Feud Between MSNBC and Melissa Harris-Perry

The now former-MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry has broken her silence since the network released a statement saying that they have parted ways with her. Harris-Perry felt the network was trying to silence and take over her show after a series of pre-emptions for election season coverage.

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In a series of tweets Harris-Perry goes after the cable news network's lack of diversity, and it's bosses.

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The tweet started with a reference of failed "negotations" she was having with the network. The talks were likely for her release from her contract with MSNBC.

She then offered an apology to other former diverse MSNBC talent who were booted off the air by the network.

She then turned her attention to the MSNBC's president Phil Griffin and its SVP and senior editor Yvette Miley and points the finger at them for leaking an email she wrote to her staff to the media. In that scathing email she claims that the show had been "taken" over and that she refused to by a "mammie" for the network.

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She then accused MSNBC of trying to silence her with a payout and potential non-disclosure agreement.

Harris-Perry spoke to followers of her show, who are affectionately call themselves #Nerdland.

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Harris-Perry then posted chart showing the contribution her show made to diversity on cable news while taking another shot at her former bosses.

However, she ended it teasing MSNBC's obsession with and wall-to-wall coverage of the GOP's leading presidential candidate Donald Trump; borrowing from his "Make America Great Again" slogan.



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