In a recent episode of his show, “The Breakfast Club,” radio host Charlamagne Tha God and his crew criticized the White House cocaine investigation for being inconclusive. They ridiculed the idea that investigators couldn’t find a culprit.

Charlamagne expressed his disbelief that the White House had no camera footage of a suspect. Show guest Chico Bean argued that it’s a double standard for someone who entered the Biden White House to get away with cocaine abuse while African Americans are incarcerated for the same drug.

Bean demanded, “Let my people out of jail.”

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Radio host Charlamagne the God

Radio host Charlamagne Tha God reacted in disbelief to news that the Secret Service could not find a source for the cocaine brought onto White House premises. (Screenshot/The Breakfast Club)

The crew’s reaction came the day after the Secret Service announced the end of its investigation into how cocaine entered the White House. They were unable to “single out a person of interest” responsible for bringing the illegal substance onto the premises.

The Secret Service stated that “insufficient DNA was present for investigative comparisons,” preventing them from comparing evidence against known individuals.

“Breakfast Club” correspondent Tezlyn Figaro reported on Friday that the responsible person could not be identified. She mentioned that the cocaine was found in an area without video surveillance.

Charlamagne expressed skepticism about Figaro’s report, stating, “Yeah, right.” He questioned the existence of a room in the White House without video cameras and dismissed the information as false.

Co-host DJ Envy could be heard off camera saying, “That’s BS.”

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The West Wing of the White House

Cocaine was discovered in the West Wing of the White House over the 4th of July holiday weekend. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)

Bean argued that it is unfair for some people to get away with this incident while others have been incarcerated in D.C. for similar incidents. He pleaded, “First of all, I’m born and raised in Washington, D.C. — if they’re letting people get away with cocaine, let my people out of jail!”

He continued, “What is up with that? That’s crazy! You know how many

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