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For a quick second not too long ago, Lena Dunham was getting much love for her quirky character on the hit HBO series, Girls. Today the Soho alumni stopped by the Breakfast Club to talk about where it all went wrong for her (see: 13 Beckys On The Verge Of Cancellation*).

Aside from receiving much deserved criticism for the lack of minorities in her Brooklyn based show, Girls, she later found herself dealing with the repercussions of her unwarranted tweets which seemed to shade NFL superstar Odell Beckham Jr. for not acknowledging her at the 2016 Met Gala. And she definitely didn’t endear herself to the Hip-Hop community when she took shots at Kanye West’s “Famous” video using words like “sickening,” “sad,” and “unsafe.” This coming from a woman who’s could’ve ended up on To Catch A Predator, mind you.

Sitting down with Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee, Lena gets into an array of topics to shed light on why her insecurities tend to get the best of her at the wrong time and takes a minute to give us her version of that age old white person quote, “I do have Black friends.”

Here are the 10 things we learned from Lena Dunham on The Breakfast Club.

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