Angela Yee says the Breakfast Club is over—at least in its current incarnation.
“The breakfast club as you recognize it’s formally over 🏽,” Yee tweeted on Tuesday evening.
Although the facility is a hundred and five.1 FM morning show co-host (who has her own feigning podcast as well) hasn’t been careful, concerning a quarter-hour previous she tweeted, “GOD is good!”
Angela Yee’s colleagues Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy have nonetheless to weigh in on the reveal.
The Breakfast Club set out in 2010 and quickly became a brand new royal family town establishment that created numberless painting hip-hop moments. Recent conversations enclosed the likelihood of the Rapper addressing fans WHO say he fell off, French Montana explaining how he helped Drake and Diddy squash their beef, and YK Egyptian deity revealing he went stony-broke once his success with “Worth It.”
Tuesday’s episode featured Yee, Charlamagne, and Envy speaking with Royce prosecuting attorney 5’9” and Courtney Bell:
Two years agone this month, it had been declared that the Breakfast Club would induct into the Radio Hall of Fame. “What associate degree accomplishment! … And for everybody WHO listens to the USA within the morning and is a component of our family, many thanks most for this honor!” Yee wrote in August 2020.
Charlamagne same at the time that “one day individuals can remember and provides USA respect for a way we have a tendency to compact the culture the past decade,” whereas Envy thanked “all of you for riding with the USA.”
“The Breakfast Club isn’t solely a show, however a platform, a spotlight, a think-tank for all things hip-hop/pop-culture, politics, and community,” reads their page on the official Radio Hall of Fame website. “Known for his or her unmatched interviews and their ability to attach with and have interaction with audiences through their distinctive mix of honesty, wit, and humor, additionally makes it a must-stop on political campaign trails. The Breakfast Club’s annual #Change4Change radiothon has raised millions for charity.”
Stay tuned for additional details on the potential future—or lack thereof—for the show.