DJ Envy, Lil Mama, Erica Mena Calls Out Angela Yee Over Breakfast Club Claims

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DJ Envy, Lil Mama and Erica Mena have called out Angela Yee over comments that she was the only woman on the Breakfast Club show when she was the show’s co-host.

On Friday, Angela Yee appeared on the Tamron Hall Show, where she opened up about her stint on The Breakfast Club with co-hosts Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy. Yee left the show at the end of last year after 12 years as co-host. While on the show, Yee agreed with a statement by Hall that she worked mainly with men on the show, and she felt unsupported while as a co-host.

“I was the only woman who worked there, too; I mean when it came to producers, camera people—and it wasn’t an easy room for me to be in,” she says in a now-viral clip.

“I feel like I did need more like backup you know because even things that I felt, as a woman … somebody can’t understand your point of view because they’re not coming from where you come from. So that was hard for me too, to be the only woman there.”

Yee further claimed that in many of the interviews which put women on the spot, she had no control despite being the one to face most of the backlash compared to Charlamagne and Envy.

“Sometimes I would feel like I got it harder than [Charlamagne tha God] did for some things that he said,” she began. “And so I also want to make it clear that we’re all three individuals. You say what you say, feel how you feel, and I do too. But it’s hard because people affiliate you with the whole group.”

Yee’s comments appeared to rub rapper Lil Mama wrong as she bashed the Lip Service podcaster for pretending to be a victim when she fully participated in dragging other women on the show.

“Oh PLEASE. She was up there playing foul games too,” the artist commented. “She has helped make multiple women (of color especially) feel like the only woman in that room numerous times.”

Many fans also commented on the incident in 2011 when Lil Mama broke down in tears following questions and statements by Charlamagne as well as how K. Michelle was treated on the show some years back.

DJ Envy also disputed Yee’s comments as being the only woman working on the show. “Just not true,” he said in one comment and added in another, “There are plenty of women that work behind the scenes on [The Breakfast Club].”

Erica Mena also called out Angela Yee accusing her of being an enabler in DJ Shrimp living a double life.

“Is this the same woman who helped Dj shrimp play along in living this double life once upon a time?” Mena questions. “One of the few at the time that actually knew the truth of him being married. (Because the truth is for years he never openly acknowledge that – which is why I was one of many he a was with) She would be hanging with us KNOWING I was absolutely unaware that he was indeed married. But still joined in with him fabricating this Cry Wolf scenario on radio just so he can save face in his broken marriage. The same woman that spoke about my child on air just help him degrade me?! The Fc@king Nerve! Boy do things come full circle.”

Yee has responded to Envy and Lil Mama’s comments.

Bounty Killer Name-drops Nipsey Hussle On HoodCelebrityy “I’m Back” Remix

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Bounty Killer was sliding on a fire verse on HoodCelebrityy’s “I’m Back (Remix)” while namedropping Nipsey Hussle.

Bounty Killer and HoodCelebrityy have teamed up for the first time and have released a remix of her song “I’m Back.” The “No More Suffering” artist revealed the news of the collaboration with a video of the original video edited to include his verses. “Hot up e place, I’m back! The remix Bullet,” Bounty Killer, wrote on Instagram.

The song was recorded on the classic Buzz Riddim, released in 2002 by Black Shadow Records and originally includes Sean Paul’s mega hit “Gimme Di Light,” as well as artists like Beenie Man, Elephant Man, Capleton, Mad Cobra, Mr. Vegas, and more. The clip shared by Bounty Killer features a verse by HoodCelebrityy, “Hand pon the trigger if a boy try diss me, Squeeze it back and gi him round 50…,” before Bounty Killer comes in with his equally hard-hitting verse.

“Watch yuh mouth when you see the Killa dem because it risky / The trigger finger full ah hustle like Nipsey / Skin bun left so crispy them tatty nuh have nuh whisky / Rass, Brooklyn, Poughkeepsie / If them chip up everything ah lif’ up… / Dem mussi think a so 90s man badness go / Mi nuh tek tough talk thru me talk me ago pull up / Crime scene the place terrible and ah full up / Don’t try to diss Bounty Killer or the Celebrity, no cap inna you cap shot full up,” Bounty Killer deejays over the classic Buzz Riddim.

“Killa watch weh a come,” HoodCelebrityy commented on the post.

“Once e boss say Poughkeepsie it done,” one fan said while another added, “the greatest to ever do it respect to all who set but Rodney basil pryce is the goat.”

HoodCelebrityy, whose real name is Tina Pinnock, is a dancehall deejay and songwriter who was born in the city of Portmore, Jamaica, before her family migrated to the United States at the age of 12 years old. The deejay was raised in the Bronx, New York, and began making music at an early age.

HoodCelebrityy saw success in 2017 with her breakout single “Walking Trophy” and is signed to Epic Records.

Fans Defend Chris Brown Over Claims He Mocks The Disabled In Germany

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Chris Brown fans came to his aid after an activist claimed that the singer was mocking people with disability in the below video making the rounds.

Vybz Kartel Will Get Hero’s Welcome Home Like Mandela, Attorney Says

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Vybz Kartel will get a hero’s welcome home from prison similar to that of Nelson Mandela, says one of the defense lawyers in his case. Attorney-at-law