Charlamagne God is definitely going down in history as one of the most polarizing figures in pop culture. He calls himself “Prince of Pissing People Off,” famous for bringing all sorts of undeveloped topics – from rap controversies to famous plastic surgery gaffes. His penchant wants to tell how he has created many difficult times The Breakfast Club over the years. But it can be said that these five interviews are unaffected by anything.
1. Lil Mama
Charlamagne God throws a number of zingers at rapper “Lip Gloss” during this 2011 interview – from saying she has a face as a dinosaur (yes, of course) to criticizing aspects of her musical course. At one time, Lil Mama even came to tears, leading fans to call Charlamagne God wants to cry.
The “Shawty Get Loose” rapper later clarified that she broke down after talking about it. the death of her mother. But Charlamagne God has continued to catch a flak for almost everything else that happened in the interview.
2. Fredro Starr
Like many other interviews, a good interview with Charlamagne Tha Dia 2014 began with Fredro Starr of Onyx. But it turned out strange when Charlamagne God mentioned an old comment made by the rapper about his predecessor Moesha co-star Brandy was reportedly performing a sexual act on him.
“Charlamagne, what happened when you got punched in the eye, B?” Fredro Starr fired back, referring to when the guest jumped in 2012 outside the radio station (via The Boom Box). “I would have stopped the fighting, especially if I was at my radio station … this is your radio station. Here is your block, [N-word]. You got to run off your own block. It’s all good though. [N-words] get p *** y sometimes. ”
This started to heat up back and forth between the two, but luckily, they woke up shaking hands at the end of the interview.
This interview seems to be at the top of them all. Birdman appeared on the show in 2016, immediately targeting the guests over ideas about it.
“I want to start this just by telling the three of all, stop playing with my name. Stop playing with my f * cking name. Stop playing with my name. I don’t have to say anymore, ”he said, walking over to his chair with his posse in a tow. “[N-word], when my name comes up, honor him. ”
Charlamagne God is trying to calm Birdman, but it seemed to only bother him. “I came to let you know, I had a little respect for my name,” he said, crossing his arms. “I understand? When you say my name, respect him a little. ”
As Charlamagne continued to try to clarify the matter, Birdman paused, saying he had no more words before he stormed out. The interview lasted just over two minutes.