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breakfast club: American radio show ‘Breakfast Club’ is over? Here’s everything you need to know

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“The Breakfast Club” has been running for over a decade and is well known in America. Rumors suggest that the show has reached its end. Angela Yee, one of the show’s hosts, tweeted on Tuesday this year that the show is officially over. However, there is no official announcement that the show is over yet.

Angela Yee followed her tweet with an emoji of hands making a heart. However, co-hosts DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God have not made any comment on the tweet by Yee.

In a show in May 2022, Yee revealed that her contract at the Breakfast Club ended in December 2021. Fans think her tweet meant she is leaving the program even as the show would go on.

The Breakfast Club is a famous Hip Hop Radio staple in New York. It started in 2010 and went into the Radio Hall of Fame in 2020.

Sway Calloway and Angie Martinez were the other two Hall of Famers. Their discussion topics often include dating and sexual issues, politics, and gossip regarding celebrities.

The show airs from 6-19 am. Eastern Time on weekdays and a Saturday morning recorded version.

DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God host the show.

Yee was born and raised in Brooklyn. She is 46 and was born to an Afro-Mostserratian mother and a Chinese father, making her of mixed descent.

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She won the Gracie Award in 2019 and a national radio award to go with it for her contribution to the show. She is known for her philanthropy and has a nonprofit organization called Well Road.

Charlamagne Tha God has his series and podcasts along with his network. He is 44 and was born in South Carolina on June 29, 1978. He hosts a podcast called The Brilliant Idiots, along with Andrew Schulz. He also hosts Tha God’s Honest Truth, a late-night talk show.

DJ Envy is a radio personality, record producer, and DJ. His real name is RaaShaun Casey, and he was born and raised in Queens. He was born in 1977 on September 3 and quickly climbed up the DJ ranks in the 1990s.

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