The Pardon The Interruption host tweeted support for his colleague.
ESPN announced on Tuesday that management had spoken to Hill about her actions, calling them “inappropriate.”
Tonight, one of ESPN’s most-prominent voices spoke out in support of his colleague.
Happy to stand w my friend and colleague Jemele Hill any time and anywhere…especially now…
— Michael Wilbon (@RealMikeWilbon) September 13, 2017
Wilbon has hosted Pardon The Interruption, one of ESPN’s most-successful shows of all-time, with Tony Kornheiser since 2001.
Hill has yet to tweet since ESPN PR’s statement.