The long-running morning show The Breakfast Club is no more: Co-host Angela Yee Announced officially on Twitter.

The Breakfast Club has it ended? The long-running, syndicated morning programme, which also includes Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy, is over, according to co-host Angela Yee.

Angela Yee announced the end of The Breakfast Club show on Twitter

The Breakfast Club, a programme hosted by DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God, and Angela Yee, has long been one of the most popular in the Hip-Hop culture. Everybody has been a guest at one point or another for them, from well-known rappers like JAY-Z, Kanye West, J. Cole, and Kendrick Lamar to historical figures like Minister Farrakhan and President Obama. They’ve also seen some extremely viral moments, such as when Birdman stopped by to check them out and Soulja Boy mentioned Drake and 6ix9ine’s appearances.

On Tuesday night, August 9, Yee announced the end of the show on Twitter.

She tweeted, “The breakfast club as you know it is officially finished,” coupled with an emoji of two hands forming a heart.

Yes, we will screen capture that tweet in case it is deleted. Her previous tweet stated, “GOD is good!,” so it is obvious that she is not overly upset about this.

The long-running morning show The Breakfast Club is no more: Co-host Angela Yee Announced officially on Twitter.
The long-running morning show The Breakfast Club is no more: Co-host Angela Yee Announced officially on Twitter.

Rumors of conflict or animosity between Yee and Charlamagne Tha God have persisted for a while. However, they maintained a friendly atmosphere while broadcasting. In addition to The Breakfast Club, each of the co-hosts has a side business. For example, Charlamagne hosts his Comedy Central talk show, Hell Of A Week with Charlamagne Tha God, Yee runs a number of businesses in Brooklyn, and DJ Envy is promoting a book with his wife that led to some crazy online libel.

So does this indicate they will remain while she departs? They might also be bouncing. We’ll see…

What happened to the breakfast club?

Beginning in 2010, The Breakfast Club swiftly established itself as a New York City hip-hop institution. Royce da 5’9″ and Courtney Bell were interviewed on Tuesday’s programme by all three hosts:

It was announced that The Breakfast Club would be inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame two years ago this month. “What an achievement!… And a huge thank you to everyone who supports us and is a part of our family by listening to us in the morning for this honour! In August 2020, Yee wrote.

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At the moment, Envy praised “all of you for riding with us,” and Charlamagne predicted that “one day people will look back and respect us for how we impacted the culture the previous decade.”

The page for the programme on the official Radio Hall of Fame website describes it as “The Breakfast Club is not merely a show, but a platform, a spotlight, a think-tank for all things hip-hop/pop-culture, politics, and community.” A must-stop on political campaign trails, “Known for their unmatched interviews and their ability to connect with and engage audiences through their special blend of honesty, wit, and humour. The annual #Change4Change radiothon hosted by The Breakfast Club has helped raise millions for good causes.

The phrase “as you know it” could refer to a number of different things, including that the three will no longer be heard on Power 105.1 or that one or more of the members are leaving. Still no word, but we’ll keep you informed. Congratulations to three on an amazing run!

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