Angela Yee, a host of The breakfast club, recently took Twitter by storm claiming the radio show was “over”. Fans have had their say on the prospect of the show ending soon.
The radio show, which is fronted by hip hop personalities DJ Envy, Angela and Charlamagne tha God, has had a huge following for years. It has also had a massive impact on pop culture since its inception in 2010.
Therefore, Angela’s tweet about the future of the show got a lot of fans talking.
Angela Yee says The Breakfast Club is over
American radio personality Angela is a longtime member of The Breakfast Club.
The hostess took to her Twitter on Tuesday, August 9, and wrote“The Breakfast Club as you know it is officially over.”
The tweet — particularly the part where she says “as you know” — left many fans confused as it’s unclear what Angela actually means.
The 46-year-old did not explain her tweet further. As of this writing, the radio show’s two other hosts have also not responded to it.
However, the tweet has certainly given rise to several speculations about the future of the series.
Fans of ‘The Breakfast Club’ react to his tweet
Many fans responded to Angela’s tweet which suggests the show as we know it is now over.
It also sparked a lot of speculation about the platform in general.
While some were sad that The Breakfast Club was about to end, others had the opposite reaction.
“I was looking forward to the opportunity to be there one day!!!,” said one fan with a sad emoji.
“Around the time of the dam, culture leaves The Breakfast Club”, says another person who was happy to hear the speculation about The breakfast club end.
However, a few others analyzed Angela’s tweet in more detail. Dissecting the “as you know it” part of his post, some believe there will just be a change in the format of the show.
“It’s just a format change. She said “like you know ‘not that it was completely over’ wrote one Twitter user.
“Yeah, I was thinking about that too. They can change segments of the show or something. I don’t think she means the show itself is over. said a second person.
A look back at the beginnings of the radio show
The breakfast club was launched on contemporary urban station WWPR-FM. It was originally intended to serve the New York market.
Almost three years after its launch in 2014, the show began simulcasting on the Revolt Television Network, where it found an even larger audience.
In 2020, the show was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
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