The Breakfast Club ‘As You Know It’ Is Over, Says Angela Yee

The Breakfast Club ‘As You Know It’ Is Over, Says Angela Yee

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It appears like fashionable hip-hop radio present The Breakfast Club is likely to be achieved.

In keeping with a tweet from one of many present’s co-hosts, Angela Yee, earlier this night (Aug. 9), “The Breakfast Club as it’s formally over.”

It’s value noting that shortly earlier than that tweet, Yee tweeted, “GOD is nice!”

As of this time, fellow co-hosts DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God have but to touch upon the matter.

The Breakfast Club, primarily based in New York Metropolis, is a syndicated radio present that airs in over 80 markets round the US. The present launched in Dec. of 2010 and has turn into fashionable for its interviews with rappers, that are additionally video-tapped and distributed by the present’s YouTube channel.

The present has created many viral moments, from Soulja Boy’s iconic “Drake?” meme to Kodak Black sporting a ski masks for his interview in 2018.

In 2019, the hosts had an open dialogue on whether or not they need to enable now-defamed rapper 6ix9ine on the present once more following his arrest for federal racketeering and firearms costs.

“I really feel like he used his gang affiliation to profit himself,” Envy defined. “You determined to inform on everybody that you simply was simply driving on. You turned on all people. You get launched and now you are rewarded for it? I simply do not essentially suppose it is a message that I wish to do. I do not wish to promote to children that you simply go wild and do some silly ish and also you simply go inform on the folks you have achieved and hastily you come out and might put out data and it is all cool.”

Whereas Yee introduced up the perspective that they’d be giving him a platform to inform his potential redemption story, Tekashi was by no means featured as a visitor on the present once more.

In Aug. 2020, Yee, Envy and Charlamagne acquired the popularity of The Breakfast Club being inducted into the Radio Corridor of Fame.

This story is being up to date.

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