Writer Sil Lai Abrams called out the streaming service and network over giving him a platform.
The writer, who accused Russell Simmons of sexual assault in 2018, is speaking up after 'The Breakfast Club' invited the music mogul onto the show.
Although the music mogul has denied all allegations against him, the women will finally have their say in the HBO Max doc.
The film, set to premiere on HBOMax, paints a broad but nuanced picture of how our culture works to silence Black women.
Oprah Winfrey Says She Didn't Leave #MeToo Documentary Because Of Russell Simmons: 'I Cannot Be Silenced'
"This is not a victory for Russell, and I unequivocally say that I did not pull out because of Russell," the media mogul added.
Winfrey has been announced as an executive producer of a documentary focusing on the women who have accused the Def Jam Records founder of sexually misconduct.
“Kurtis Blow is a survivor, but this is not good,” Simmons added.
Her mother Kimora Lee Simmons joked, "Thank God you got in on your own honey, 'cause you can’t row."