Jemele Hill, who once understandably referred to the neo-Nazi-sympathizer-in-chief as a white supremacist, has officially announced her departure from ESPN.

In a statement shared via social media Friday morning, Hill noted "there have been a lot of rumors" about her relationship with the company. Hill also specifically shouted out her former co-host Michael Smith. "I'm proud of everything we did, because nobody sold tapes out the trunk quite like us," she said. See the full statement below.

As for the trolls who have already taken this opportunity to slam Hill, Hill no longer has to worry about avoiding profanity and related sentence-enhancers when responding:

Last October, Hill called Trump a "white supremacist that has largely surrounded himself [with] other white supremacists." Trump, however, actually spent supposedly presidential time responding to Hill in tweets of his own.