Eminem Disses Charlamagne Tha God In A Recent Track

 

Charlamagne Tha God is a renowned co-host that works for a national show with the iHeartRadio program. This is a national TV program that has lots of interest in hip-hop music trends. It also features many other TV personalities making Charlamagne Tha God a very influential social media personality to the followers and Hip-Hop music.

He is also an executive producer and is the CEO of his company- CThaGod World LLC. Charlamagne Tha God is also a co-host for Brilliant Idiots- a popular podcast.

Charlamagne Tha God was born and raised in South Carolina and has worked his way up to become one of the most compelling media personalities in the United States. He hosts very provocative T.V shows. This daily conversation with celebrities about trending Hip-Hop issues has made him the media Mogul he is today. He is also the author of quite a number of publications such as the New York Times bestseller – Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It and Shook One.

In a recent interview with Eminem, Charlamagne asserts that rap music is unique, easy to identify with and special. This is why when music industry moguls release a hit, there are fans that are very eager to listen and sing along. Fans are also able to get multiple interpretations by deciphering the lyrics. This is the case with Eminem’s latest hit- Kamikaze. Charlamagne Tha God in a way doesn’t agrees with Eminem especially the homophobic slurs in this hit.

Due to his stand against Eminem’s homophobic slurs, Charlamagne has been featured in one of the rap songs. He mentions Charlamagne severally and asks him to work harder to move closer to him on the fame ladder. This is something that Charlamagne doesn’t take seriously and doesn’t offend him either. See This Page to learn more.

He says he is happy that world-class rappers like Eminem know his name and his stand too.

 

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-

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