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'Breakfast Club' Co-Hosts DEFEND Kamala Harris On Marijuana Smoking & Music Comments - 'Fox News Lied!'

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"The Breakfast Club" co-hosts - Charlamagne tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee are defending presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris amid backlash over comments she made about smoking marijuana in college. See their explanation inside...

Presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) came under fire after she appeared on Power 105's "The Breakfast Club" where she revealed she smoked marijuana as a college student.

During the "Breakfast Club" interview a few days ago, Sen. Harris told the radio personalities she smoked marijuana during her college days. Then, DJ Envy asked her what is her favorite type of music to listen to (meaning, currently).

"Definitely, Snoop. Tupac for sure," she responded.

Sen. Harris was responding to Envy's question, however, Charlamagne made comments about what music was she listening to while she was smoking. Folks automatically assumed she was answering Charlamagne's question. FOX News quickly caught the soundbite and ran with it. They were quick to point out that Tupac and Snoop Dogg didn't release music until AFTER she graduated from college.

“They’ve been calling it ‘Reefergate,’" Charlamagne tha God said during an interview on MSNBC with his co-hosts DJ Envy and Angela Yee.

They came to Kamala's defense, confirming FOX News lied on the subject.

“Absolutely, positively lied,” DJ Envy said. “We wanted to humanize her, not just talk about politics. Talk about what she likes, what she does. And I asked what she listens to, and she said she listens to Snoop Dogg and Tupac. At the same time, my co-host was still talking about the marijuana. And it was just a funny exchange. But she was actually answering me, and people took it she was answering Charlamagne, and said she was lying, which is not true.”

“And I want everybody to know they’re doing the work of Fox News,” Charlamagne added. “The black Twitter people you see that are going in on Kamala because of this, ya’ll doing the work of Fox News. Fox News got ya’ll. They got ya’ll.”

"That's why it's important to listen to things for yourself," Angela Yee added.

Peep their interview below: 

In case you missed, you can check out Sen. Kamala Harris' full interview with "The Breakfast Club" below: 

Photo: Charlamagne's IG

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