"Daddy’s Girl” featuring, Angela Yee

Updated: Jun 17, 2019

By Maurice L. Williams

Angela YeeRadio Personality/Entrepernuer/InfluencerTarget, Harlem New York"Urban Hydration" Welcome to the good life tour: Boss Beauties Link Up @ Harlem Target

April 20, 2019 "We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty". Maya Angelou Angela Yee's radiant smile, girlish charm and professional demeanor will lead one to believe that she is a stranger to mischief as a youth. On the contrary, our discussion revealed a side of the 105.1 Breakfast Club Host that a lot of people might not know. She has actually experienced and overcome some of the same defiant behaviors that many teenage girls exhibit today.

CREED: Are you a daddy's girl?


Angela Yee: Yes, my father was always in my life. There was a time when we bumped heads during my teenage years, I was probably a bad kid at that point.

CREED: You were bad?


Angela Yee: Yes...I stole my parent's car when I was 15 and crashed it, twice.

CREED: Really? WOW! You grew up in Brooklyn, right?


Angela Yee: Yes...this stuff happened when we first moved to New Jersey. I rebelled a lot because I missed being in Brooklyn. It got to the point where I cut school so much I almost got left back.

CREED: You could fool me, you don't look like that type! (LOL) How important is a father's role in a girl's life?


Angela Yee: Super important mainly because we look at how our father treats our mother. We look at how he treats other people and how he protects us.

CREED: Describe your dad.


Angela Yee: My dad had a temper when someone messed with him or his family. I remember once while he was walking the dog when we lived in Flatbush, someone tried to stick him up. We felt like it happened because he was the only Chinese man living in the area. Ironically, one day when we were getting in our car, my dad saw the guy who tried to rob him and he just ran up on him and started beating him up.

CREED: Oh! So, your father can be a thug! (LOL)

Angela Yee: LOL, yeah, he's the type of person that if you cut him off while driving, he will catch up to you and give you the finger. A father is important because he helps you to understand what kind of guy to pick.

CREED: What can fathers do to better understand teenaged daughters?


Angela Yee: You should always lead with, "I love you..., this is why I'm saying this to you." Also, never make your daughter feel like she's not equal to a man. There were things my brother was allowed to do that I could not do because I was a girl. It's important to teach a girl that she can be better than her brother. (LOL)

CREED: Who gets on your nerves the most, Charlamagne or DJ Envy?


Angela Yee: LOL, they annoy me equally...but if I had to think about it...it would definitely be Charlamagne. I guess that is really his job. (LOL) mainly because we look at how our father treats our mother. We look at how he treats other people and how he protects us.

CREED: Describe your dad.


Angela Yee: My dad had a temper when someone messed with him or his family. I remember once while he was walking the dog when we lived in Flatbush, someone tried to stick him up. We felt like it happened because he was the only Chinese man living in the area. Ironically, one day when we were getting in our car, my dad saw the guy who tried to rob him and he just ran up on him and started beating him up.

CREED: Oh! So, your father can be a thug! (LOL)


Angela Yee: LOL, yeah, he's the type of person that if you cut him off while driving, he will catch up to you and give you the finger. A father is important because he helps you to understand what kind of guy to pick.

CREED: What can fathers do to better understand teenaged daughters?


Angela Yee: You should always lead with, "I love you..., this is why I'm saying this to you." Also, never make your daughter feel like she's not equal to a man. There were things my brother was allowed to do that I could not do because I was a girl. It's important to teach a girl that she can be better than her brother. (LOL)

CREED: Who gets on your nerves the most, Charlamagne or DJ Envy?


Angela Yee: LOL, they annoy me equally...but if I had to think about it...it would definitely be Charlamagne. I guess that is really his job. (LOL)

Angela YeeRadio Personality/Entrepernuer/InfluencerTarget, Harlem New York"Urban Hydration" Welcome to the good life tour: Boss Beauties Link Up @ Harlem Target




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