Charlamagne Tha God Responds To Eminem’s Surprise Album

Charlamagne Tha God was just one of the hip hop personalities dissed by Eminem on Kamikaze, Eminem’s newest album. Rappers like Lil Yachty, Lil Xan, and Machine Gun Kelly were also mentioned negatively on the album. Other hip hop commentators to receive ill will from Eminem include DJ Akademics and Joe Budden, who once hosted the hip hop show Everyday Struggle together.


Eminem has also received criticism from mainstream television and publications, due to his lines about Tyler, the Creator. Eminem called Tyler a homophobic slur in the album, resulting in outrage from gay people all over the world.


Charlamagne chimed in, giving his opinions on the line about Tyler saying: “He’s actually quoting something Tyler said about himself.” Despite Tyler, The Creator being okay with the particular slur, Charlamange claims that Eminem doesn’t understand that when that word is used it hurts gay people everywhere, not just the person it was aimed at.


When Eminem’s previous album, Revival, was released, Charlamagne was one of dozens of popular, knowledgeable hip hop commentators to give it negative reviews. Eminem fired back at Charlamagne rapping: “Charlamagne gonna hate anyway, doesn’t matter what I say/Give me Donkey of the Day.”


Charlamagne Tha God also talked negatively about Eminem’s 2018 BET Cypher, where the Detroit MC rapped about his problems with Donald Trump.


 About Charlamagne Tha God


Born Lenard Larry McKelvey, Charlamagne grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. He is a television and radio personality, formally working on Vh1 on several television shows. He is also the co host of The Brilliant Idiots, a podcast, with Andrew Schulz. He is currently the co-host of The Breakfast Club, which also features with DJ Envy and Angela Yee.


Charlamagne Tha God is also an author. He wrote the book “Black Privilege” which ranked sixth in the New York Times of bestselling hardback nonfiction. His most recent book is called Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me. The title of the book was contrived from a couple of classic hip hop songs: “Shook Ones” by Mobb Deep and “My Mind’s Playing Tricks on Me” by the Geto Boyz. Go Here for related Information.


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