Angela Yee explains strained relationship with Charlamagne, “We work together, it is what it is”

Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee
Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee
The relationship between Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God, who — along with the beige rage, DJ Envy, host the morning radio and Revolt cable show, the Breakfast Club, has been strained in recent months following a one-on-one interview Charlamagne had on his podcast with Gucci Mane.

In the interview the two discussed Gucci Mane’s Breakfast Club ban. The rapper has not been allowed back on the show following a difference of option with Yee. According to Gucci Mane, however, his ban was due to a previous appearance on the show where he alleges Yee tried to sleep with him and he turned down her advances. A claim Yee emphatically denies.

During the one-on-one interview, Charlemagne denied Yee had anything to do with Gucci Mane’s ban. But apparently, Angela Yee felt that Charlemagne’s simple answer wasn’t supportive enough and she spoke about that and more in a recent interview she with DJ Quicksilva.

”…We work together, it is what it is. Like he said, we’re co-workers. A lot of people have jobs where they don’t necessarily love the people they work with, it’s just a part of life. That’s not the person you’d hang out with in real life.”

Yee, who also hosts her own podcast, Lip Service continued, “…I was taught in radio: If somebody is talking, then you don’t talk over them. Sometimes, it’s hard to even speak. Sometimes being the only woman on the show, I have to always try to cut in…. Because I’m also the person who’s doing the research; watching the shows; reading the books.

“I’m always trying to get validity and points across. There’s not enough room for me to do that and express my feelings, you have to figure one or the other. When we do Rumor Report, I have the stories. When we do Front Page News, I’m presenting the stories. They’re jumping in with their opinions, but somebody has to present the stories. It doesn’t leave as much space for you to say ‘Ok, here’s what I think.’ I express myself a lot more outside of that show.”

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