Charlamagne Tha God: Asking The Tough Questions


Charlamagne Tha God is known for being the controversial “question asker” on his hit radio show on IHeart Radio; “The Breakfast Club.” He has interviewed everyone from Justin Bieber to Jay-Z and held nothing back when it came to his interview question. Always digging deep and asking what his listeners want to know. Charlamagne chalks that up to being “a slightly obnoxious person,” when asked why he asks the type of questions he does, “I don’t even think about it.” Charlamagne likes to have authentic, real conversations with people.


Charlamagne The God made headlines and gained national attention from his interview with Kanye West a couple of months ago. It was a 40-minute interview with the rapper that was meant to answer a lot of questions on Kanye’s recent controversial messages. Some of the digs Charlamagne The God made were calling him “Kanye Kardashian,” saying his new album was “wack” and accusing him of being a hypocrite. Kanye said that he “takes the opportunity to look as stupid as possible.” See This Page for additional information.


People enjoy this type of interview style, not everyone is your friend and Charlamagne Tha God isn’t afraid to ask the tough questions. It was strategic, someone would say about the interview style of Charlamagne with Kanye. MTV2 was getting ready to announce that Charlamagne was getting his own late-night talk show in January called, “Charlamagne and Friends.” This was excellent publicity for the radio host.


Moving into television will be a slight change. People wonder if Charlamagne will go lighter on his guests. Historically comedians and talk show hosts get “nicer” as they get more famous. All we know is that Charlamagne is ready to “evolve and grow”. Charlamagne Tha God is definitely looking towards the future.


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Charlamange Tha God On Kamikaze And Beyond

Charlamagne Tha God has recently been included in several hot button topics lately, none more influential than Eminem’s album Kamikaze. The rapper has taken the time to address certain celebrities, topics, and people in order to put some issues to rest, and bring about new ones. Charlamagne Tha God, who has always been an outspoken radio personality, was reentry interviewed by several publications on his stance of the album and what he felt about being mentioned on Eminem’s newest record.


There was really no surprise that Charlamagne Tha God revels in being mentioned while also being able to form his own opinion on the album. He’s always viewed Eminem as one of the greatest rappers alive but also acknowledges everyone is entitled to their opinion. He appreciates the stance Eminem has taken on various political issues while also enjoying the music that he puts out.


If there is one thing that most people call Charlamagne, it’s real. He has always spoken his mind on what he feels and he is no stranger to controversy. Every year, it seems like he’s either said something or involved himself in a battle of words with one musician or another. This usually stems from either which person he’s given “Donkey of the Day” too or what he’s posted on his Instagram that day. The point being is that the Album Kamikaze is an album he actually enjoys, appreciates, and can stand by. He did not like Revival, which was a hot topic for Eminem himself, but understands the response and answer that Kamikaze provided. Go To This Page for more information about Charlamagne Tha God.


Charlamagne has been a radio personality for a long number of years and continues to be a voice for fans of the music industry. He continues to push the envelope for new artists, as well as underground ones, and does not show any signs of slowing down for the foreseeable future.


In production, Charlamagne runs his own company, CThaGod World LLC and co-host of Brilliant Idiots a favorite podcast. He has directed and acted in movies like Bodied (2017), on the run eating (2018) and Grow House (2017) to mention but a few. Also, he is a writer and has a book titled “Black Privilege” which ranked sixth in the New York Times of bestselling hardback nonfiction on May 7 2017. Another book he has written is titled “Shook One: Anxiety playing tricks on me”.


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