The Breakfast Club, a popular radio program, appears to have ended. On Wednesday, August 10, co-host Angela Yee shared the surprising information on Twitter. Contrary to expectations, a surprising number of netizens took to social media to express their joy after a popular show was cancelled.
The radio show became popular online after co-host Angela Yee tweeted the following:
Morning club as you knew it is over.
Tweets by Angela Yee
The breakfast club as you knew it has ended.
Yee had previously mysteriously tweeted, “GOD is good!” It’s still unclear if the previous tweet alluded to the end of the show.
Tweets by Angela Yee
THE GOOD LORD!
At the time of writing, The Breakfast Club’s social media channels had not yet issued an official statement. DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God, the show’s co-hosts, have yet to comment on the show’s ending.
Internet users react to the conclusion of The Breakfast Club
Unexpectedly, several online users were delighted to learn that the New York City syndicated radio program had ended. It appears co-host Charlamagne’s treatment of women is largely to blame for the outbursts. On the show, the co-host was repeatedly accused of assaulting black women. The radio personality has previously been cleared of teenage rape allegations.
Charlamagne Tha God has been criticized for previous insults directed at female cast members Brandy, Monica, Azealia Banks and comedian Mo’Nique. In 2018, the co-host called the comedian the “donkey of the day.” Mo’Nique then claimed the radio host was part of the “destruction” of the black community.
Former NBA player Kwame Brown also accused Charlamagne of raping a 15-year-old girl and getting away with it. DJ Funkmaster Flex, another radio host, also publicly accused Charlamagne of rape.
They struggled to get positive reviews because the radio show’s co-host was developing a scandal. It’s clear the show doesn’t have as many admirers as it used to. Fans of Angela Yee have recently expressed their excitement at the show’s conclusion. Numerous people claimed they didn’t care that The Breakfast Club was “technically over”.
Check out some of the web comments and tweets from fans:
Isley, Ronald @yoyotrav @angelayee I LAUGH. We won’t miss the show.
Move I’m an Alien Superstar! @avadagrtest @angelayee I’m an alien superstar Your voice will be heard by all. I promise.
Nicki’s left buttock
Left Booty Cheek by Nicki @OneOfDaBarbz @angelayee 143 8 bungee cum bungee cum @fateFahrenheit @angelayee that’s really sad. WE WIN 185 s14
@nupersona @angelayee @itscloudnai Reece Combined everyone 157 has 19
Use common wisdom to kill them
Kill them with common sense, @Flash1617, @angelayee and @Payso4EverHard.
all at the same time everywhere, at the same time everywhere, at the same time everywhere
@pheromoza[email protected] It’s time.
Hoochie Daddy: “Thank God Hoochie Daddy” @im babbyy @angelayee
Peacekeeper Peacekeeper[email protected] [email protected] God may not always be there for us, but he will always be there for us when we need him.
The Reese’s hideout
@Angelayee @CadreBlack Reese’s Lair Goodbye I say. not a fan of the breakfast club. I don’t like the issues you guys are talking about that have to do with the Black community 12 3
The premise of the breakfast club
Since its debut in December 2010, the program has aired in more than 80 markets across the country. Rapper interviews on the radio program are the most well-known feature; These interviews will also be videotaped and published on the artists’ official social media profiles.
The program has garnered a slew of viral moments over the past few years, including Soulja Boy’s well-known “Drake?” meme and Kodak Black’s 2018 appearance in a ski mask interview.
The conflict between Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God also drew a lot of attention in 2019. The co-hosts’ relationship was tested after rapper Gucci Mane claimed Yee banned him from the radio show because of her feelings for him.
Charlamagne welcomed the rapper for a one-on-one on the show rather than expressing his support for his co-host. Angela Yee publicly criticized her co-host for being unfaithful and not defending her. Yee told Say What’s In Live TV’s DJ Quicksilva:
“I knew he was doing the interview, but whether you work with that person or not, I just think that generally when someone says things like nasty things, you can’t even say really snide things on the radio … talk.” about a woman in that way, because I’ve never called anyone by their name, I think that’s the real problem. When something like this happens, you can’t just sit and giggle.
The two found themselves in an awkward situation, but they were able to get over it and continue putting on shows.