She spoke about her Breakfast Club departure during an interview on The Tamron Hall Show and said it had to do with unfair criticism. [Head to the 7:03-mark]

“Sometimes I would feel like I got it harder than [Charlamagne Tha God] did for some things that he said,” Angela explained. “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.”

“That was part of why I really wanted to have my own show because now what happens, I’m accountable for that. But when you have three different people with three different opinions or three different viewpoints and completely different personalities , we’re all individuals but sometimes it’s hard for people to separate that.”

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