If you wake up each workday with the nationally syndicated morning show The Breakfast Club, you already know Angela Yee. Aside from being the lone female host, our #WCW is also often the measured voice of reason alongside the more reckless DJ Envy and Charlamagne The God.
We know, we know, we throw the word “Becky” around a lot in these parts. But sometimes, there really is no other word that qwhite captures that particular blend of Caucasity, entitlement, split ends and aggressive victimhood.
The Love & Hip Hop franchise has a new Afro-Latina on its roster: Amara La Negra. And the buxom, gray-eyed, Afro-rocking, melanin-poppin’ recording artist is making major waves online, mostly because of the criticism surrounding her dark skin and kinky hair.
This week, we’ve been faced with famous black men who clearly don’t care about women. Rick Ross, who has a sordid history of rapey lyrics, proved just how rapey he could be in his latest appearance on The Breakfast Club.
Marc Lamont Hill—Morehouse College Distinguished Professor of African-American Studies, New York Times best-selling author of Nobody, VH1 talk show host and a much-sought-after political and cultural commentator—swung by 105.1's The Breakfast Club to chop it up with D.J. Envy, Charlamagne tha God and Angela Yee.