Angela Yee shot back at DJ Envy’s claim that she lied about her experience on The Breakfast Club

Last week Yee — who has already left the show — said that being the only female made things tough for her. 

“I was the only woman who worked there too, when it came to producers, camera people; and it wasn’t an easy room for me to be in,” she claimed.

But Envy said there are a lot of women who work on the show, so Yee misspoke.

She responded to him on Twitter over the weekend.


“Usually I don’t comment or go back and forth with people but there’s too much spinning,” she wrote. “‘In the room’ referred to the people in the studio: the producer, board op, videographer and hosts. Yes they are men. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t amazing women who are execs, salespeople, interns, and in other departments.”

“I’ve said this on many occasions: that it can be hard when your viewpoint is different based on your experience,” added Yee. “I didn’t anticipate that this would cause such a firestorm. Everyone texting me ‘are you ok’ (which I appreciate!) and I know I don’t normally take the time to overexplain because it drags things out even more but that’s all ??‍♀️.”


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