Charlemagne Tha God was born on June 29, 1978. He is a very well-known professional in hip hop culture. He is a television personality and radio personality. He is a cost to one of the top hop hip radio stations, The Breakfast Club. Dj Envy and Angela Yea join him on this nationally syndicated radio show. When he is not busy being on the radio, he is on television. He has made appearances on big MTV shows like Guy Court, Girl Code and Guy Code.
The New York residing radio host was born in South Carolina. He had a rough childhood. In his teenager years, he became a drug dealer. He was arrested a total of three times in connection with the street life. Soon, after being released the third time, the youngster decided he needed to make a change in his life. He left the county jail and headed straight for an internship at a radio show. This led him to working for Wendy Williams. Still to this day, does Charlamagne show much respect for the radio and television legend for everything she taught him about working in radio. He has become a successful author too. He has made the New York Times Bestseller List. He wrote the 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”.
Charlemagne Tha God acknowledge how Eminem’s new album took a few shots at him. The radio host was not too offended but did defend himself. In fact, he sarcastically mentioned that he is happy to know he is at a place in his career where big time rappers like Eminem feel comfortable taking a shot at him. The rapper rapped about his opinion of Charlemagne Tha God twice on two new records from the album. See This Article for more information.
A while back Charlemagne Tha God took to the radio to release how he felt about Eminem’s homophobic comments. The radio host mentioned that he understands and respects that people have a freedom to voice what they like. They should just be mindful that their comments could but hurtful and effect people in negative ways. The radio host believes Eminem should just be understanding how his comments affect the LGBTQ community.