She had asked for this to be put on e-mail, but that never came through.
What ensued was a series of calls and e-mails that never reached a conclusion until April 2, when she was asked not to present.
"I came to work and found my access card was blocked, but I asked security to let me in. My make-up team was not there, my clothes removed, so I went on air with my own clothes.
"It has happened before.
"At 5.10am, before the show, the GM Marlon Davids called me to ask: 'why are you there?', 'you're not supposed to be there'."
"But I reminded him that they hadn't answered my questions about the terms of my new contract.
"I work with a team. I told him that he was causing trouble and being divisive."
"I knew about the new show and I wish the team the best, but I'm not going to be disrespected by a company I gave three years of my mornings to.
"People in management are hypocrites and they treat people like slaves. There were racial prejudice and undertones so condescending but that's not my place.
"They can't say the show wasn't performing well because of me, hell no. Or that it wasn't making money,
"I know that for an outside broadcast it could make R1.2-million at a go."
Lebyane currently hosts Let's Talk Papgeld, a spin-off of the No Excuse, Pay Papgeld show on Moja Love.
Another show, Marriage Case, is in the works.
When contacted for comment, e.tv chief operating officer Mark Rosin said: "Penny Lebyane's independent contract with e.tv ended on 31 March 2018.
When e.tv asked if the contract could be extended for the month of April, Penny unfortunately had family obligations that conflicted with business operations and therefore the company opted to utilise another contractor."