Majic offered them a 6 to 10 p.m. shift, but they chose not to take it.
“We just didn’t feel it was the right fit for us,” SiMan said today in an interview.
He said they will seek new opportunities, hopefully continuing as a team. They have been a team for about four years.
Rap legend Chubb will continue to do some specialty shows and make appearances for the station. SiMan plans to still do nightclub appearances for Majic and work as a contractor for now. “There is no bad blood,” he said. “They’re giving us a going-away party and letting us stay on air today.” (Many stations don’t allow jocks to say goodbye on air.)
SiMan, 55, said he still needs to work, noting he has tuition money to pay for his son at LSU.
Ironically, SiMan was inducted into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame this past Saturday, just days after he found out he had lost his afternoon spot on Majic.