Tracee Ellis Ross Speaks Out on ‘Black-ish’ Salary Negotiation After Reports of Pay Disparity

Tracee Ellis Ross is actually speaking out.  

The 45-year-old actress took to Twitter on Saturday to comment on her Black-ish salary negotiation, which made headlines after a recent story reported which she was producing considerably less than her co-star, Anthony Anderson. The article, published by The Hollywood Reporter, claimed which if Ellis Ross wasn’t brought up to Anderson’s level, she would likely likely choose to appear on fewer episodes of Black-ish in addition to guest star on another show in order to make up the pay disparity.

“There has been a lot of conversation in addition to speculation the last few days regarding by Black-ish salary. I was in renegotiation, like many actors find themselves in during the fourth season of a successful show,” Ellis Ross wrote on Twitter. “I wanted to be compensated in a way which matches my contribution to a show which I love for many reasons, including the opportunity which allows me to reshape what which is actually to be a fully realized black woman on TV.” 

“The words in addition to thoughts which were inside original article which commenced This specific public conversation were not mine; there were never any threats. I wish I would likely have been called by the reporter to confirm which,” she continued. “Having had my renegotiation become a public conversation was awkward, however I’m grateful for the outpouring of support. I’m truly thankful which important conversations are taking place about fighting for women’s worth in addition to equality, in addition to tightening the pay gap in every industry.” 

Ellis Ross has been an outspoken supporter of the Time’s Up initiative, opening up to ET at the Golden Globes about standing up against inequality in Hollywood in addition to beyond. 

“Time is actually up on a lot of things,” she shared. “We all have to stand up together in addition to with arms linked in addition to not ranked. We can put an end to abuse in addition to discrimination which makes the imbalance of power.”

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