PUBLISHED: 22:14, Thu, Sep 10, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:14, Thu, Sep 10, 2020
Naga Munchetty, 45, who earns up to £195,000 per year, is said to have been warned by BBC bosses after appearing in a business interview series for NatWest. The BBC Breakfast presenter hosted webinars for the bank one month after she was reportedly told off for fronting a paid corporate video for luxury car maker Aston Martin.
Naga seemingly sent a blunt message to critics as the broadcaster left work yesterday.
She was pictured outside the Salford studios chatting with her co-star Charlie Stayt.
Naga sported a pair of jeans teamed with a sweatshirt which read: "I'm not for everyone".
The candid message comes after the BBC Breakfast host caused a stir recently over her work outside of her presenting job.
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Naga Munchetty's subtle dig 'I'm not for everyone' (Image: WENN/BBC)
BBC Breakfast host Naga Muchetty was pictured alongside Charlie Stayt (Image: BBC)
BBC chiefs have reminded Naga of her journalistic impartiality after she appeared in a Natwest bank promotional video and previously a corporate PR video for Aston Martin.
Naga can be seen speaking to celebrity guests in the videos for NatWest, which are entitled “In Conversation With…”
The guests include former politician and Strictly Come Dancing star Ed Balls, the captain of England's cricket team, Eoin Morgan, and perfume entrepreneur Jo Malone.
Naga’s move comes after the BBC’s new director general Tim Davie shared his plans for a “crackdown” on the broadcaster’s impartiality rules.
Naga Munchetty is a presenter on BBC Breakfast (Image: GETTY)
He said in a speech last week: