The first man to be fired after making racist comments about a radio station host got a job, according to the FCC.

Adam Kokesh was the first person who received a reprimand for the comments.

Kokesh, a reporter for WYTN in Nashville, made the remarks in April during a segment where he accused a female reporter of calling a host a “faggots” on air.

In response, WYNN president David Scharf tweeted that he was “appalled” by Kokess comments and that the station had “never spoken to Adam about his comments.”

Scharf also wrote that he has “serious concerns” about Kokes’s behavior.

Kopsh resigned his position with WYN in April.

Kiesh has since been fired from his new job with the radio station.