While celebrating the 11th anniversary of The Breakfast Club, Angela Yee accidently enflames nearly a decade old feud. The co-host’s webpage recently posted about an old argument between Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj, and Lil Kim did not take kindly.
Over a Decade of The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club has been around for a long time. Like, a really long time.
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For 11 years and counting, The Breakfast Club has been providing listeners with the cutting edge of culture. Over the years, the podcast has produced an enormous amount of content. Indeed, most of that content was wholesome. But sometimes drama cannot be avoided. As part of a promotion celebrating its 11 year anniversary, The Breakfast Club took a walk down memory lane.
As part of the event, Angela Yee’s Facebook page has been posting old stories covered by The Breakfast Club. Unfortunately, some stories are better left forgotten.
Reopening an Old Wound
Yee posted on her Facebook page about an old argument between Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj. What the actual argument was doesn’t matter, because it happened over nine years ago. Both Kim and Nicki are clearly over that dispute, and Kim has been outspoken about how rude it is to try to stir up conflict.
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Essentially, Kim accuses Yee of trying to kick up drama for internet clicks, and it kind of worked. The back and forth between the two is a hot topic. Commenters on the post appear to unanimously agree, saying, “It’s time to let it go” and expressing how messy the situation is.
For her part, Yee claims that she had no idea about the post. The Breakfast Club produces an awful lot of content, more than Yee can handle by herself. So, she hires people to manage her public Facebook account for her, and claims that one of them created the post,
“Think about it like this, I have a public page and a private page, and on my public page there’s a lot of content on there. I actually pay people to use a lot of content and to edit clips and post things, just to keep my page like, a little news thing but a lot is centered on things that I do. I guess Lil Kim thinks that I posted this personally myself and Envy thinks that it’s my fault.”
Who do you think is to blame?
by Chris Colasurdo
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