Charlamagne Tha God, And His Take On Eminem’s “Kamikaze”

 

Charlamagne Tha God has acquired different titles for himself over the years. He is a co-host of the breakfast club in America, which is a Hip-hop program that is aired across by different radio stations without having to use a broadcasting network. Charlamagne has also featured in different television programs at Viacom and is popular for co-hosting the “Brilliant idiots,” a popular podcast. He is an actor and director, and he owns a production company known as CThaGod World LLC.

 

Charlamagne Tha God has written books like the “Black Privilege,” “Shook One,” and “Opportunity Come to Those Who Create It.” One of the things that have led to his quick rising fame is the unusual way he views things and also the interviews he conducts with celebrities involving issues like hip-hop, politics, race, and society.

 

Eminem a Known American Rapper

 

Eminem who is a well-known American rapper and songwriter has found himself in great controversy after releasing his album known as “Kamikaze.” In this album, Eminem criticizes different personalities in the media including Charlamagne Tha God. Others criticized include, Tyler the Creator, Drake, and Joe Budden. In one of the singles in the album referred to as “The Ringer,” Eminem raps that no matter what he says, Charlamagne is bound to hate on it.

 

Charlemagne’s’ response to Eminem’s criticism was entirely unexpected. In an exclusive interview with Esquire, Charlamagne declares that he is pleased that Eminem criticized him in his song. According to him, the fact that prominent artists like Eminem mention his name in their song, whether to criticize or to praise him is a great achievement. Charlamagne also defends himself by claiming that what Eminem claims to be hate is not, and all he does is speak the truth.

 

Charlemagne Tha God also comments on how Eminem criticizes Tyler the creator. He refers to him as a flower boy. Charlemagne says despite everyone having the freedom of speech, it does not mean that people should not be offended by what you say. According to Charlemagne, Eminem’s reference to Tyler as the flower boy will annoy a lot of people, since by saying this not only is he attacking Tyler, but also attacking the millions of gay people around the world. Visit This Page for more information on Charlamagne Tha God.

 

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