Following the firing of Rod Lederman, many are curious to learn about the comedian-radio host’s net worth. Stick around to know more about this!
Rob Lederman is a famous stand-up comedian, radio, and television personality.
He is the former radio host of the radio show Morning Bull. H was reportedly fired following racially charged remarks on-air on the morning of Wednesday, March 24.
Lederman was terminated from his role after he compared Black women’s skin tones to toasted bread.
|Height||5 Feet 8 Inches|
|Profession||Comedian, Radio Host, TV Personality|
|Children||Joli, Mari Lederman|
Rob Lederman Net Worth
Since sources haven’t published the details relating to Rob Lederman’s net worth, his earnings stay unknown as of now.
As a veteran radio jockey and a famous comedian, Rob’s income should be a couple of thousand dollars, if not more.
Who Is Rob Lederman Married To? Everything On His Wife
Speaking about his personal life, Rob Lederman is married to his wife, Kathis Lederman. They began dating 22 years ago at Comix Cafe.
Both of them were previously in a relationship with different individuals when they first met.
After the duo broke up with their respective partners, their romance blossomed.
Out of their marriage, the couple is blessed with two children. Together, they have a son named Joli and a daughter, Mari who is turning 18 in 2021.
What Did He Say To Get Fired?
On March 24, Rob Lederman was fired after he took part in a racist on-air exchange.
Lederman’s co-hosts Rich Gaenzler and Chris Klein have been suspended by Cumulus Media, who owns the radio station.
To detail the incident further, the Morning Bull Show hosts compared toasted bread to a trio of Black celebs – Serena Williams, Halle Berry, and Gayle King.
He further went on to add that Serena was too dark for him, Gayle was not even a match, and that Halle was perfect for him.
— Rob Lederman (@LedermanRob) March 25, 2021
These derogating remarks cost him his job and Lederman was immediately terminated by the station.
On Thursday, Rob Lederman released an apology via a Tweet.