The African-American jobs creator Diddy has been slapped with claims that his company ‘Revolt’ discriminated against its Caucasian employees.
Details on the allegations below…
Five white men who produced a morning TV show for ‘Revolt TV’ claim they were mocked, teased, bullied and ostracised by the company’s employees.
The men, who had previously worked on ‘The Howard Stern Show’ claim that unprofessionalism lies at the heart of Revolt’s culture making their time with the company difficult…at best.
The suit spills…
Revolt tolerated a particularly high level of unprofessional behaviour by the Breakfast Club’s African-American staff. Specifically, such African-American employees arrived to work intoxicated or hung over.
Whereas the show’s on-air personalities tolerated lateness, the production team was used to producing shows where such a lack of punctuality was either less tolerated or not permitted whatsoever.
In 2014, after being told that they did not understand “the culture”, the men were dismissed and replaced with a team of African-American producers.
The true reason that Revolt terminated the production team was because they were Caucasian and much older than their replacements.
‘Revolt’ countered with this…
These claims are without merit and have previously been dismissed by the (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). Revolt Media and TV, LLC has always been committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer.