Rap fans everywhere are clamoring for more Eminem music after he unexpectedly dropped his latest album known as Kamikaze but apparently, not everyone is that thrilled about the new songs he released. It seems that on one of his songs, the 45-year-old rapper, songwriter, record producer, record executive, and actor wrote some lyrics that seemed to be insulting Charlamagne Tha God.
On the track, he appeared to refer to the 40-year-old radio presenter and television personality as a hater. Now, however, he has responded to these slanderous allegations. On the August 31st episode of the breakfast club, he refuted his claims, saying that he doesn’t hate on people and talking about the fact that 2018 is almost over contrary to the lyrics of Eminem. It’s not really clear what sparked this feud but it doesn’t seem as if either is intent on fanning the flames. Visit This Page to learn more about his opinions.
He also claims the Eminem stole a lot of the lyrics of that song from quotes that he said previously. Charlamagne Tha God was born on June 29, 1978, and grew up around Charleston, South Carolina. As a kid, he was arrested three times for drug possession but eventually turned his life around and went on to become the host of The Breakfast Club. Charlamagne Tha God went on to say that he tells it like it is and called out Eminem for lyrics he uses that are constantly perceived as homophobic. It seems he took some shots at Tyler The Creator and, in doing so, used a derogatory slur against him.
He told Eminem that when he insults Tyler, he’s actually insulting the entire LGBTQ community and said that he doesn’t think Eminem really cares about the derogatory comments he’s made. He has hosted The Breakfast Club, a syndicated radio show based out of NYC, since its inception in 2010 and it touches on current events concerning the rap and hip-hop scene in and around the US. It also touches on celebrity gossip as well as progressive politics and even dating life. Charlamagne also hosts his own talk show on MTV2 which discusses media and politics.