Angela Yee, the co-host of Breakfast Club, has left the radio show to go solo

Angela Yee, the co-host of Breakfast Club, has left the radio show to go solo ...

Angela Yee has announced that she will perform at The Breakfast Club in the run-up to her own show with iHeartRadio, called Way Up.

After saying on Tuesday that the breakfast club as you know it is officially ended, the radio host announced her departure one day later.

This is fantastic, but this is something I have been wanting to do for years now, since way before the epidemic, she told the co-hosts of Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy on air.

I was telling her, look, I really wanted my own show, she added. I had actually met with our big boss and she said she had actually met her.

Yee, who has been on the show for 12 years, explained that she intends to go solo again after hosting The Morning After with Angela Yee on Sirius Satellite Radio back in 2008.

Years later, they approached me, they had a sit down with me, and they told me they wanted to give me my own show, according to her. I'll be leaving The Breakfast Club, and it's a different oneeration.

Yee, who also has a podcast called Lip Service, explains that her new show will be a nationally syndicatated daily show.

I understand why this process took a long time to complete, and I want to thank everyone who helped the process.

This is a great opportunity, I am highly grateful, and I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to purchase something that is really impressive here.

Yee, 46, said she would not leave The Breakfast Club immediately since they still need to recruit someone to replace her. According to TMZ, she will have a hand in the process.

Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy both congratulated Yee before telling listeners that The Breakfast Club wasn't going anywhere. Although there isn't a set date, Yee's new show is expected to air sometime in the fall.

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