Charlamagne Tha God Responds To Eminem’s Album, Kamikaze


Born on the 29th of June 1978, Lenard Larry is professionally referred to as Charlamagne Tha God. He is a renowned American radio presenter and television personality. He is the co-host of the Breakfast Club radio show in partnership with Angela Yes and DJ Envy. He has appeared in Guy Code and Guy Court favorite shows.


He has also collaborated with DJ Envy and Sofi Green in The Week Jams program. He moved to the MTV2 show to host the Uncommon Sense program in the year 2015. Before moving to the show, he worked at The Wendy Experience together with Wendy Williams.


Charlamagne Tha God launched his book; Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It, in the year 2017. It was published by the New York-based Simon and Schuster imprint. Steven Kurutz from The New York Times reviewed the book as one of the best nonfictional books that talk about the eight fundamental principles. It was ranked 6th in The New York Times’ list of best-selling books.


Tha God recently responded to rapper Eminem’s album, Kamikaze in an exclusive interview. He was notified in his Twitter mentions that the famous rapper had called him out in his collection. He noted that he was amazed that he had reached the level where international artists included him in their songs regardless of the motive.


In the interview conducted by Esquire. Com, Charlamagne Tha God revealed how he thought of Eminem. He maintains that the rapper doesn’t care about irritating the LGBT group. Eminem used homophobic slurs targeting Tyler who has openly talked of his sexual affiliation in his album, Flower Boy.


The radio presenter further added that the rapper’s political rants were more aggressive compared to the previous year. He said that Eminem expressed his views as an artist on matters happening around the world. He was satisfied with the way the musician approached Trump’s presidency unlike the in the Revival Album. Go Here to learn more.


Surprisingly, Charlamagne Tha God admitted that he liked the Kamikaze album. He maintains that the record is not hateful as many other people think. He further adds that Eminem is the World’s leading lyricists. He, however, disagrees with his experiences and worldviews.


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