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The Breakfast Club, a well-known hip-hop radio show, seems to be coming to an end.

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One of the show's co-hosts, Angela Yee, tweeted this evening (August 9) that "The Breakfast Club is now finished."

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Co-hosts Charlemagne Tha and DJ Jealousy said: "God hasn't responded to the problem yet."

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In more than 80 cities around the nation, The Breakfast Club, a radio show with a New York City headquarters, is broadcast.

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The program premiered in December 2010 and is well-known for its conversations with rap artists.

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These are also recorded on camera and uploaded to the show's YouTube channel.

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Leading up to his interview, Soulja Boy's iconic "Drake?" 2018 delivered a number of viral moments.

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Following his imprisonment in 2019 on federal racketeering and firearms charges, disgraced rapper 6ix9ine is now set to be reinstated.

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Loneliness stated, "I believe he benefited from his gang membership.

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"You made the decision to let everyone know that you were only riding. and sent everybody away.

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Additionally, are you currently getting rewarded for your independence? I'm not sure whether this is the message I want to deliver, to put it simply.

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I don't want to promote foolish behavior among children.

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When The Breakfast Club was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in August 2020, Yee, Envy, and Charlemagne were recognized.