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Malik Yoba addressed the media storm created after revealing on Instagram that he is “trans attracted” while simultaneously denouncing those who bullied a transsexual into committing suicide. Yoba, most famous for his roles on “New York Undercover” in the 1990s and the “Empire” juggernaut drama, visited “The Breakfast Club” morning show to address a number…

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Chevrolet and the National Newspaper Publishers Association selected six students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities for the 2019 Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowship. Deejay and music producer DJ Envy, co-host of the syndicated radio show “The Breakfast Club,” will be the program’s national spokesperson. Musician and author Fonzworth Bentley will serve as the fellows’…

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“The Real” co-host Loni Love and “The Breakfast Club” co-host Angela Yee were honored Tuesday night, May 21, 2019, as recipients of the coveted Gracie Awards. Love copped the award for her radio show “Café Mocha,” which boasts being “the only nationally syndicated show dedicated to women of color,” according to the show’s website. Yee,…

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Angela Yee of “The Breakfast Club,” who already owns Juice for Life juice bar in Brooklyn, New York, has expanded her entrepreneurial efforts by launching the website www.drinkfreshjuice.com last week. Rolling out spoke exclusively with the entertainment veteran at the Black Women Talk Tech conference in New York City about what inspired her to launch the…

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U.S. Sen. Cory Booker appears ready to plunge headfirst into the 2020 presidential election. But the former Newark mayor and Democrat representing New Jersey in Congress, has also reportedly fallen head over heels for a certain Hollywood actress. It turns out that Booker is confirmed to be dating and falling for Rosario Dawson, who is best known for…

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For every R. Kelly or Harvey Weinstein that gets exposed as alleged sexual perverts who committed heinous crimes against women, there are many, many more who have managed to evade legal prosecution. Singer Lil’ Mo should know. In a recent interview on “The Breakfast Club” that was heard by her 886K followers, Lil’ Mo expressed…

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Lenard Larry McKelvey, professionally known as Charlamagne Tha God, may be the most “woke” Negro in America. His unapologetic celebrity interviews catapulted him to pop culture fame after a long and particularly creative career track in New York City radio. East Coast listeners were all too familiar with the “shock jock” mentality that is synonymous with…

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