Most of us can’t wait for Friday to arrive signaling the end of the work week. On this Friday, it signals the end of an era for Jemele Hill at ESPN. Hill thanked ESPN president Jimmy Pitaro and her former SC6 host, Michael Smith in her tweet. Reports surfaced last month that Hill was leaving ESPN, but her tweet on Friday marks the first time she confirmed the news.

Hill, who had been working for ESPN’s “The Undefeated,” was at the center of controversy last year when she called out President Donald Trump in a series of tweets for being a white supremacist who surrounds himself with other white supremacists, and the most offensive president of her lifetime.

Hill didn’t specify what is next for her, but amid reports of her exit last month, it was speculated that the veteran journalist would move into production.

The Athletic media reporter Richard Deitsch said in August that Hill and her longtime friend, journalist Kelley L. Carter, who writes for ESPN’s The Undefeated, are moving into production with their company Lodge Freeway Media.

James Miller, who first reported that Hill was leaving the company, said Hill will move to Los Angeles Oct. 1st, after she finishes up some remaining assignments.