Hip-hop has remained a large part of the black community for years. The music genre has spurred legendary talents like Ice Cube, P. Diddy, Kanye West, Beyoncé and Ashanti. Not to mention, it’s led to the birth of iconic radio stations such as The Breakfast Club. Having been around for what feels like eons, the radio station has brought us the latest on everything hip-hop related. Unfortunately, nothing stays the same. Recently, The Breakfast Club’s female host Angela Yee turned in her resignation. Could this be the beginning of the end for the iconic radio station?
Angela Yee Moves On To Bigger & Better Things
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All good things must come to an end at some point. Unfortunately, The Breakfast Club’s Angela Yee announced her departure during an episode that aired on Wednesday. Fortunately, Yee will still be a part of the iHeart radio family.
During the interview, Yee further revealed that she’s leaving to do her own radio station. Currently, she runs her own podcast on the side, Lip Service, but Yee clearly wants to do more. “It’s always been a goal of mine,” Yee told her co-hosts, Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy. Furthermore, Yee confirmed that the heads of iHeart gave her the green light to start her own radio show. Looks like Angela Yee is moving up in the world! Talk about woman power.
Will “The Breakfast Club” Still Be Around?
It’s official, Angela Yee will be leaving the “boys club” on The Breakfast Club. Though, many have speculated about the future of the long-time radio show’s fate. Will The Breakfast Club continue to exist? According to Yee, the radio show will still exist. Furthermore, Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy will remain on the radio show and carry on without Yee. The two co-hosts haven’t yet released their comments on Yee’s decision to leave.
What do you think about Angela Yee’s decision to leave The Breakfast Club? Will you still tune in without her? Let us know in the comments.