Ellen DeGeneres Will Be Talking to Her Fans About Her Workplace Scandal

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Ellen DeGeneres has revealed that she will be talking to her fans about the allegations of her daytime show being a “toxic” workplace.

When asked by the Daily Mail about how she thought her show was going to be after the scandal, she responded, “I will be talking to my fans.”

Of course, five days ago Warner Bros. Television announced that three senior producers had exited The Ellen DeGeneres Show after an investigation following allegations of racism and sexual misconduct in two BuzzFeed News exposés.

In the report, employees of the show claimed they faced racism, fear and intimidation. One former staffer claimed it was “a toxic work environment” while others said they felt that Ellen should have intervened as host.

“That ‘be kind’ bulls–t only happens when the cameras are on. It’s all for show,” one former employee told BuzzFeed News. “I know they give money to people and help them out, but it’s for show.”

Wow. Well, we’re actually looking forward to what Ellen has to say. Aren’t you?