CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD’S RESPONSE TO EMINEM’S LATEST ALBUM (KAMIKAZE)

 

Lenard Larry McKelvey known as Charlamagne Tha God was a child to Larry Thomas McKelvey in 1978 and was brought up in a place called Moncks Corner located in South Carolina. Charlamagne Tha God has a record of drug dealing of cocaine and marijuana in his teenage life. This made him get arrested and was in jail for 41 days.

 

Afterward, he was released by his mother who paid the bail. However, Charlamagne has had a great career life.

 

He featured on a comedy television show on MTV2 as a cast member of Guy Code, that involves men. However, it ended in 2015. He was also starring on MTV2 show Charlamagne and Friends with Andrew Schulz.

 

He has also starred on MTV2 show Uncommon Sense. Charlamagne Tha God responded to Eminem’s new album Kamikaze in an interview which features his track “The Ringer ” and about Tyler, The Creator. He noticed his diss on the twitter handles.

 

He said that he appreciated that various rappers mention his name, whether in a diss or not he still understood them. On the track of “The Ringer ” and “Fall” Eminem says that Charlamagne Tha God is going to hate anyway in whatever he says and that in Eminem is so far away in his radar than the response.

 

To Eminem’s surprise, Charlamagne wasn’t that offended by the diss. Charlamagne Tha God says that Eminem doesn’t care about the LGBT community. Charlamagne Tha God says that he has a right to freedom of speech, but he should have known that he’s throwing shots to the millions of gay people around the globe.

 

About the “white privilege ” called out Trump made him agree to that statement. He said that the white people using their prejudice was adequate to his thought. He also thought Eminem’s political rants sounded like a force of more organic compared to the BET cipher and the Revival album. Refer to This Article for additional information.

 

Charlamagne Tha God also liked the album right from every single track. He also said that Eminem is one of the greatest rappers of all time, and rated him as a living legend. Charlamagne Tha God appreciated the album, and to many people’s surprise he was not angry about his diss in the album.

 

Watch Charlamagne’s video clip on http://www.cc.com/video-clips/a6xcye/the-daily-show-with-trevor-noah-charlamagne-tha-god—finding-success-in–black-privilege-