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Don Lemon Says Elon Musk Canceled His Partnership With X, Which Was Originally A Part Of Its Commitment To Amplify 'More Diverse Voices'

A partnership between Don Lemon and Elon Musk has seemingly soured. In January 2024, TV journalist and former CNN anchor Don Lemon announced on social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter) that his show, “The Don Lemon Show,” would soon be available for everyone to see — starting with X. “You’ll find it first on X, the biggest space for free speech in the world,” Lemon wrote at the time. “I know now more than ever that we need a place for honest debate and discussion without the hall monitors.” — Don Lemon (@donlemon) January 9, 2024 However, in an Instagram post, Lemon stated that Tesla Motors CEO and X Corp. owner Elon Musk is now retracting from teaming up with him despite the platform’s goal to magnify “new and diverse voices.” “Elon Musk has canceled the partnership I had with X, which they announced as part of their public commitment to amplifying more diverse voices on their platform,” Lemon noted on Instagram. He added, “Elon publicly...

Mar 15, 2024

Don Lemon Taps Powerhouse Hollywood Attorney Following CNN Exit

Following his departure from CNN, Don Lemon is reportedly preparing to take legal action.

Apr 26, 2023

Don Lemon Spent 17 Years With CNN And Amassed An Estimated $12M Net Worth Along The Way

When you think of on-air personalities, a few names automatically come to mind such as Oprah Winfrey, Wendy Williams — and Don Lemon. And while their impact on media is varied, the common denominator is their tenure in the roles with their respective media outlets. Winfrey retired after decades of hosting her show, and personal health challenges initiated Williams’ departure from her talk show. Then there’s Lemon, who has parted ways with CNN after 17 years at the network. He is a Baton Rouge, LA, native and began his career while studying at Brooklyn College, working as a news assistant for WNYW in New York City. According to PBS, Lemon would go on to work for several other local news stations in the New York Area; Philadelphia, PA; and Birmingham, AL. He got his big break in September 2006 when he joined CNN. During his time at the global news station, the 57-year-old hosted major news coverage events, including the 2008 Presidential election, the death of Michael Jackson in 2009,...

Apr 25, 2023

Don Lemon On U.S. Men's Soccer Team: 'If They Make More Money, Then They Should Get More Money'

CNN’s Don Lemon turned some heads due to his stance on women’s pay in sports.

Dec 8, 2022