Former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry took to Twitter Tuesday to blast her former employer, firing off a series of tweets directed at the cable network following her departure.
In one tweet, she issued an apology to other network hosts and contributors, saying she's sorry for not speaking up before now, citing a "culture of fear" as the reason.
She later called out two network executives for allegedly leaking an email she sent them, in which she stated her intention to leave her weekend show.
But she didn't stop there.
Harris-Perry then accused the network of "salary inequity" and pointed out that she never took a non-disclosure payoff, which would have prevented her from making such statements.
One of the unintended consequences of salary inequity-- harder to get us to take one of those non-disclosure payoffs huh? #freedomovermoney— Melissa Harris-Perry (@MHarrisPerry) March 1, 2016
Harris-Perry said that hosting her show, "Melissa Harris-Perry," was "one of the greatest joys of my professional life." She then left the liberal cable network with one last message.
"So #MSNBC y'all keep making cable great again. I'll be staying challenging & unpredictable," she tweeted.