In a recent interview, the American radio presenter, and television personality Charlamagne Tha God talked about Eminem’s new album “Kamikaze.” Charmalagne stated he was pleased with the attention he was receiving. Moreover, Charlamagne enjoys the attention he has received from other rappers because it means he has made it.
For Charmalagne Tha God, it really doesn’t matter if he is being dissed or praised because he loves the attention he got from rappers like Chingy and, most recently, Eminem. Still, there is something Charmalagne disliked from Eminem’s new album: the homophobic slurs he throws at Tyler the Creator. He is certain that Eminem doesn’t care about disrespecting the LGBTQ community.
Charmalagne knows Eminem has the freedom of speech to talk about any topic he likes, still, that doesn’t mean he can’t be held accountable for the things he said about Tyler the Creator especially when Tyler had a really hard time coming out as a bisexual (Eminem intentionally cited something Tyler said in regards to himself). Charmalagne also said that when Eminem throws a homophobic slur he is not only talking about Tyler because he is also referencing to an entire community. See This Article to learn more.
Charlamagne Tha God said he is completely on board with Eminem using his white privilege to diss Donald Trump. Additionally, he proclaimed that Eminem’s political lyrics are more organic in “Kamikaze” than in “Revival.” He is completely sure that Eminem’s pieces are a reflection of the time America is living. Since everybody is talking about Trump, wouldn’t Eminem do it? Overall, Charmalagne enjoyed “Kamikaze” and he is thrilled to hear Eminem’s new work.
Over the years, Charmalagne (his real name is Lenard Larry McKelvey) has made an important career for himself. He is the co-host of the radio show The Breakfast Club which he makes with both DJ Envy and Angela Yee. He is also an actor who has starred in the TV show Guy Code, Guy Court, and Girl Code. Moreover, he works as a VJ in The Week in Jams. From 2015, he has been hosting the show Uncommon Sense and he previously appeared in The Wendy Williams Experience..