Curtis has built a large radio audience with his outspoken ways and reputation for being politically incorrect.
"I built it from nothing and made it into something and all that came with it," said Curtis.
Knight says Curtis lived and breathed that radio show, which brought in ratings and revenue for the media company. He says the termination was a long time coming and has to do with issues that take place behind the scenes, off air.
"Everybody is allowed to have a bad day, but don't have 2,3,4,5 and don't go stirring up a bunch of mess with my staff because that's the quickest way to be asked to leave," said Knight.
Curtis said his relationship with Knight changed after his boss ran for mayor, but Knight says he gave Curtis a letter of immunity allowing him to speak freely on air about the race.
Though Curtis may not work for Sea-Comm Inc. anymore, he says he plans to continue his show elsewhere and looks forward to competing with his previous employer.