It’s not the last we’ve heard from Shaila Scott.

The longtime New York City radio personality, who was fired after nearly 30 years on air, has filed a lawsuit against WBLS for discrimination and retaliation.

The legal team of Wigdor LLP and Gilda L. Kramer & Associates, LLC, said Monday that a federal lawsuit was filed in New York’s Southern District Court demanding a jury trial against MediaCo Holding Inc. and Emmis Communications Corporation, which are the current and former owners of WBLS and its sister station HOT 97, in connection with Scott’s recent dismissal.

The 59-year-old Harlem native — affectionately known to listeners as “New York’s Sweetheart” — announced on June 2 that she was fired from her longtime gig, claiming the company decided not to renew her contract. She added that the company had advised her “the station is going in a different direction.”