Charlamagne Tha God Gives His Opinion On Kamikaze; Responds To Eminem’s Diss

While the entire world was surprised by Eminem’s Kamikaze album, Charlmagne tha God was surprised for a different reason. Charlamagne’s name was mentioned in the album. Charlamagne wasn’t the only hip-hop commentator to be mentioned in the album. Joe Budden, Lord Jamar, and DJ Akademics were also mentioned negatively on the Detroit rapper’s newest project.


“It’s always cool when you get immortalized on records,” Charlamagne, who hosts The Breakfast Club, said to Charlamagne appeared to be taking Eminem’s criticism well, even joking that he is happy to be mentioned by more talented rappers. “I was only being dissed by Chingy. Now I’m being dissed by Eminem. Life is great,” Charlamagne said.


In fact, Charlamagne was mentioned on two songs: “The Ringer” and “Fall.” On both songs Eminem raps about the anticipation of Charlamagne negatively review his new music. Eminem also quotes Charlamagne’s criticism of the 2018 BET Cypher, mimicking Charlamagne’s opinion on certain lines from the cypher.


One of the most shocking lines from Eminem’s album was about Tyler, the Creator. Eminem Used A Homophobic Slur to refer to Tyler. Despite Tyler himself referring to himself as this word, many believe it wasn’t right for Eminem to use the word, including Charlamagne.


Charlamagne Tha God himself wasn’t offended. However, he told Esquire that he understands why the LGBT community would be offended by the word’s usage. “I would love to hear how a hip-hop fan who is a member of the LGBT community reacts to this line,” he said.


Charlamagne, who criticized Eminem’s BET Cypher – where the Detroit MC lashed out against Donald Trump – also expanded on his thoughts about the event. Charlamagne said that he didn’t have a problem with a white rapper, like Eminem, using his power to fight against prejudice; however, he things the rapping itself was borderline wack. He called it out because Eminem was not displaying his full ability, and not because Eminem was standing up against Donald Trump. Refer to This Article for more information.


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Charlamagne Critiques Rapper


Radio and tv has expanded so much in the past decade. There used to not be tv talk shows, people did not get interviewed on the radio. Now, we have major artist launching their careers from radio. It has become a thing these days. One of radio’s biggest host is Charlamagne Tha God. He is one of the radio host on IHeart Radio, the Breakfast Club in New York City. Many artist have been interviewed on the breakfast club about their upcoming albums, new songs, and overall career.


Charlamagne runs his own company, CThaGod World LLC and co-host of Brilliant Idiots a favorite podcast. He has directed and acted in movies like Bodied (2017), on the run eating (2018) and Grow House (2017) to mention but a few. Also, he is a writer and has a book titled “Black Privilege” which ranked sixth in the New York Times of bestselling hardback nonfiction on May 7 2017. Another book he has written is titled “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me”.


It is Charlamagne’s job to discuss difficult topics for artist and to give his own criticism on songs, and anything new in the media, in regards to celebrities. His latest reaction has been to Eminem’s Kamikaze album. He was interviewed about the rapper using his name in one of his verses. Charlamagne took it as an honor. He said earlier in his career, he was being dissed by an older rapper, Chingy, and for Eminem to say his name, he called it “great.” Let’s be honest, he is one of the hottest radio co-host in America. Charlamagne Tha God should expect for his name to be mentioned on any rappers platform. He speaks his mind when interviewing celebrities, and it is likely to come back. Rappers use writing lyrics as an outlet, whatever is on their mind, it will come out in song.


Charlamagne thinks that some of Eminem’s lyrics are offensive. Not to him, but some people may take offense to it. There is a lyric where Eminem throws of Tyler the creator, who is also a rapper. He has come out to the world that he is gay, and Charlamagne thinks that people that are in the LGBTQ community may take offense to it. However, he does like that Eminem speaks out about our president Trump in his lyrics. He agrees that using rap to talk about politics is an outlet. Overall, he likes the album and still thinks Eminem is one of the best rappers of all time. Refer to This Article for additional information.


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