Charlamagne Tha God On Eminem's "Kamikaze" Diss: "He Knows 'Revival' Was Wack"

HipHop News Posted on August 31, 2018 at 8:11am

Charlamagne Tha God On Eminem's "Kamikaze" Diss: "He Knows 'Revival' Was Wack"

"I don't hate. Tell you the truth."

New York, NY – As fans continue to decipher Eminem's surprise Kamikaze album bar by bar, The Breakfast Club was obviously busy doing the same thing.

On Friday's episode (August 31), co-host Charlamagne Tha God has responded to Em's line about him on the track "The Ring."

When reference is made to the 2018 BET Cypher, the Shadow, grill, "So, finger-bang, Pootie Tang, Burger King/Gucci Gang, dookie, dang/Charlamagne is going to hate anyway, no matter what I say/I Give Donkey of the Day/What is a road to the 2018 start/But I'm going to say everything I want to say/Welcome to the slaughterhouse, bitch! (yes)."

All the pots will be stirred!!! For the record I think #Kamikaze album is dope, BUT ALL the POTS move!

A post shared by Charlamagne Thagod (@cthagod) on August 31, 2018 at 8:18am PDT

Charlamagne starts, "I just want to say that we are almost in the month of September. Ok, 2018 has been launched Eminem. You know what that stain on the bar? He is quoting me. In fact, I said that about a BET Cypher. I said that the thing is not orange and that was a reach. So, I've quoted that verbatim, and said that in his bars right now."

While he didn't really consider the line of a thesis, it took a minute to defend himself.

"I don't hate you," he says. "I tell you the truth. Not hatin' on me sayin' Rebirth was wack because clearly Eminem thought Revival was wack, too. That is why he gave us this sneaky photo album called Kamikaze. He thought that the Revival was wack. He knows that I was crazy."

From there, the Power 105.1 trio talks about the other artists that caught the Shadow of the rage, including Joe Budden, Tyler The Creator and Drake.

Tyler The Creator of the line caused a bit of controversy for its use of an insult is homophobic, something Charlamagne also touched.

"Well, here's the thing about freedom of speech, you have the freedom to say what you want, but people are free to be offended," he said. And I

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