The HEAD Of Diddy's REVOLT Network . . . Is ALLEGEDLY Racist Against Black People!!

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Roma Khanna, CEO of Sean “Diddy” Combs’ network Revolt, is being accused of racism against Black people by a former staffer. This is according to the NY Post's Page Six.

Roma, according to the report, not only is accused of FIRING Black People from Diddy's company - but she also allegedly called Meek Mill a "Black Boy."

Here's what is being reported:

In a bombshell letter, she alleged, “I’ve witnessed Roma say that black women intimidate her,” and that at a May brainstorming session for the Revolt Music Conference, when it was suggested that rapper Meek Mill host a talk on prison reform, “Roma responded, ‘Maybe the conversation isn’t about prison reform, maybe it’s about how to stay out of jail, black boy.’ ”

The memo adds, “In my own discomfort, I spoke up, saying that her comment was not only insulting but would also be disrespectful to Meek as he’s not a ‘boy’ . . . She then proceeded to propose . . . ‘Maybe that’s it . . . Maybe it’s a conversation on how not to be black.’ ”

An insider told us: “When we heard about this, two and a half weeks ago, the minute that letter was received, it was handled immediately and sent to an outside source to investigate.”

The letter also alleged: “Roma let 30 percent of the Revolt staff go for restructuring, and 99 percent [of those] are African-American.

Khanna has Diddy’s full support.

Diddy tells TMZ ... "This story is inaccurate. We are a Black owned and operated network and we have a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination of any kind. Revolt is led by a woman of color who is expected to uphold the same standards that I hold for all of my companies. After an extensive review led by outside counsel there were no findings of deliberate misconduct. At this time, Roma Khanna will remain as CEO of REVOLT."

He adds ... "Regarding the recent restructure, Revolt’s diversity remains unchanged. We are 67% ethnically diverse, with more than 60% of the senior leadership being women. Any suggestion that any company of mine negatively targets African Americans is absurd and offensive.”