"The Breakfast Club" has officially ended — according to co-host Angela Yee.
Yee sent shockwaves across her social media on Tuesday night, hitting radio on her talk show. posted one.
"The Breakfast Club as you know is officially over," tweeted 46-year-old .
Hit Power 105.1 FM, according to Nielsen data The morning show is broadcast on more than 100 stations nationwide and attracts more than 8 million listeners each month.
Yee remained tight-lipped about her mysterious announcement, while she tweeted, "God is great!" Exactly 15 minutes ago.
Yee co-hosts her Charlamagne Tha God and her DJ Envy have yet to comment.
In August 2020, The Breakfast Club was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
Did you know? The Breakfast Club is officially over 🏽— Angela Yee (@angelayee) Aug 10, 2022
…and thank you to all who have listened to us since morning and are part of our family for this honor!” Yee said at the time I wrote on Instagram.
Charlamagne said: of our club.
Show's YouTube channel. has short and long clips from its daily morning show and has amassed over 5.15 million subscribers since its launch in 2010.
Page Six reached out to her iHeartRadio for comment.