The breakfast club as you know it is officially over. Angela Yee says that the Breakfast Club has ended, at least in its current form. On Tuesday night, Yee tweeted that the breakfast club era is over.
The breakfast club that we all know and love is no more. The morning show co-host does her own Lip Service podcast, and she hasnt said anything about what happened. About 15 minutes before that tweet went out, she tweeted, GOD is good! Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy have not said anything about the news yet.
On Tuesday, all three hosts of the Breakfast Club interviewed Royce da 5’9″ and Courtney Bell. The show has been a well-known hip-hop show in New York City since 2010, and was even featured in an episode of the popular TV show, Friends.
DJ Envy and Charlamagne tha God co-host the radio show The Breakfast Club, which has been nationally syndicated. Angela Yee has been named Radio Hall of Famer, and is becoming a serial real estate investor. She is encouraging other women to get into the game, saying that it is an empowering thing to do.
Yee and her broker friend Sara Golan bought a home in the Catskills for $1.9 million. They teamed up in the purchase with Sara acting as Yees broker. The two women have known each other for a long time.
During the plague, it was important to have a place to go away from the city, Yee said to Gimme.
The town of Roxbury has 9.5 acres on which sits a 2,750 square foot seven-bedroom, four-bath midcentury-modern home.
Yee, who graduated from prestigious Wesleyan University in Connecticut, bought a $2.8 million Brooklyn landmarked brownstone at the height of the virus. Her broker was Golan on all three deals: the brownstone in Bed-Stuy, another investment condo in Williamsburg, and the brownstone in Brooklyn. The brownstone originally asked 3.2 million, but Yee paid 2.8 million for it.
Yee and Golan are going to rent out the upstate home, but they will also use it themselves. The home will be a getaway for both of them, separated in time.
Golan and his friend use the property as an investment, as well as a home they will live in for a long time.
The couple fell in love as soon as they saw the property, which went on the market for $1.9 million in 2021.