Charlamagne Tha God Is Happy Eminem Dissed Him
Charlamagne Tha God found out on Twitter that Eminem had called him out on the album Kamikaze. He loves the idea of being immortalized by rappers on records. He was being dissed by Chingy early on in his career, but now Charlamagne is at a level where Eminem is dissing him. Charlamagne Tha God said life was great.
Eminem thought Charlamagne would trash his new songs. He anticipated it on the tracks “The Ringer” and “Fall.” Charlamagne told Esquire.com that Eminem wasn’t worried about offending the LGBT community when he called Tyler the Creator a homophobic slur. Tyler had talked openly about his bisexuality on the album Flower Boy. Charlamagne believes people have freedom of speech and the right to be offended. He wasn’t personally offended, but he was interested to hear the thoughts of someone who was an LGBT member. He believes Eminem isn’t just insulting Tyler, but instead insulting gay people around the world.
He approved of Eminem using his “white privilege” to bash Trump and injustice. He thinks it’s effective for white people to use their privilege to fight against prejudice. He wouldn’t criticize the message, but he would say if a particular rhyme was just OK or wack. He believed Kamikaze’s political rants were better than Eminem’s BET cypher. He felt Eminem was just riding the woke wave. See This Page for more information.
Charlamagne Tha God thought the new album was good, despite the diss. He felt Revival was bad and he doesn’t understand why people thought his criticism was hate. He believed Eminem quickly put out the new album because he knew Revival was bad. He said Eminem was a living legend and one of the best lyricists. Charlamagne Tha God has never personally been a fan because he doesn’t relate to his experiences and views. He also called him a rap god and an icon whose position has been solidified.
Charlamagne tha God is a co-host of The Breakfast Club, a nationally syndicated radio show. He has starred in Guy Code, Guy Court, and Girl Code. He starting hosting Uncommon Sense on MTV2 in 2015. He was also on The Wendy Williams Experience on VH1.