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Dr. Umar Johnson talks politics, Kanye and racism on 'The Breakfast Club.'

It’s the end of an era. Angela Yee has officially exited “the World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show,” and is no longer a part of The Breakfast Club after 12 years.

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Puff Daddy’s been in the Hip-Hop/R&B game for decades and while he’s not churning out bangers on the constant like he did back in the ’90s, he’s still a force to be reckoned with in the industry regardless to whom or what.

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Fat Joe is one of the few Hip-Hop artists from the early 90s who’s still been able to keep himself relevant in 2022, and for that he deserves all the flowers in the Bronx Botanical Garden.

On Wednesday, August 10, Premiere Networks announced that Angela Yee will be hosting her own, new midday show called Way Up with Angela Yee. Oh, that’s what she was talking about.

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Is The Breakfast Club no more? According to co-host Angela Yee, the long-running, syndicated morning show which also features Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy, is a wrap.

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The Bawse is in NYC and after a few decades of being highly successful in the Hip-Hop game, Rick Ross took to The Breakfast Club to drop some gems he’s learned over the years and put the youngn’s on to OG game.

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When asked again by Yee if he'd ignore it, T basically said he would saying "Yeah! I honestly feel like from the sound of it, it just sounded old to me. It's not like fresh!"

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From his thoughts on the gay community to his controversial comments about Beyonce, Trick isn’t apologizing for any of his views but hopes everyone understands where he’s coming from.

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From touching on how she was able to get Nicki Minaj on her album to her paranoia now that she’s a celebrity, Coi isn’t shy about keeping it a buck in her interview and for that we’re grateful.

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For the past few years Cordae’s been one of the few up and coming rappers in this generation’s who’s been able to get much praise and respect from the OG lyricists from Hip-Hop’s Golden Era.

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After both Envy and Charlamange Tha God both agreed that Angela Yee should be more aware of what's posted on her page and bare responsibility for what goes out there, Angela said she "felt bad" about the situation before callers called in and gave their two cents on the matter