Boosie: Charlamagne “Picked a Side” by Speaking Out Against Me (Part 11)

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In this clip, Boosie reacted to Lil Nas X saying he’s not going to go at Boosie anymore, and he said that he must’ve said something to make Lil Nas X stop. Boosie then addressed Charlamagne speaking to Ts Madison on The Breakfast Club about Boosie and Lil Nas X, and Boosie feels like Charlamagne is pushing the issue. He then added that Charlamagne picked a side in the argument by speaking out against him, which you can hear more about above.

Boosie: Charlamagne Must Not Love His Babies to Let Lil Nas X Say “F*** Yo Kids” (Part 8)

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In this clip, Boosie explained why he believes Lil Nas X is the real bully in their situation. He reiterated how anyone who rocks with Lil Nas is essentially okay with someone saying “f**k your kids.” Vlad also told Boosie why he thinks Lil Nas ultimately baited him into looking like the bad guy in all of this.

Charlamagne on Wale Not Being an “Industry Robot” (Flashback)

In this flashback, Charlamagne addresses people coming at Wale on social media, and he explained that no one would get in Wale’s face and diss him. Charlamagne added that he can see how that could frustrate anyone, and he went on to speak about Wale arguing with people in the media and online. Charlamagne explained that Wale isn’t an "industry robot" that has no feelings, and he added that he hopes Wale never loses that quality. To hear more, including Charlamagne speaking about the dangers of "making a lame person feel important," hit the above clip.

Charlamagne Says Rich Homie Quan Will Last Longer than Young Thug (Flashback)

In this flashback from 2015, Charlamagne discussed Young Thug and his recently released "Barter 6" project. The radio host didn’t express the same level of excitement in the artist as most rap fans did during Young Thug’s rise to superstardom. In particular, Charlamagne took issue with Young Thug’s attempt to draw comparisons between himself and Lil Wayne. After discouraging Young Thug from trying to be like Lil Wayne, he compared the Atlanta rapper to Rich Gang partner Rich Homie Quan. Charlamagne stated he liked Rich Homie Quan more and felt he would last longer than Young Thug. In a 2021 Breakfast Club interview with Young Thug, Charlamagne admitted he was wrong.

Turk on “Gay Games” Clip Going Viral, Charlamagne Admitting to Playing Gay Games (Part 3)

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In this clip, Turk weighed in on the reaction to his last VladTV interview when he spoke about most men playing gay games or "penitentiary games" with their friends. He discussed The Breakfast Club’s reaction to the clip and explained why he’s unafraid of being honest about his experiences at this point in life.

Stephen Colbert & Charlamagne Tha God Team Up For Comedy Central Late Night Show | THR News

The series, aptly titled ‘Tha God’s Honest Truth with Lenard ‘Charlamagne’ McKelvey,’ is set to launch Friday, Sept. 17, at 10 pm.
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Vlad Tells TK Kirkland: Me, Nick Cannon, Charlamagne & Adam22 Aren’t the Feds (Part 17)

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In this clip, TK Kirkland continued to discuss rappers winding up in prison behind things they said during interviews. He said that they demonstrate a lack of knowledge about the legal system, statute of limitations, etc. when they appear on different media platforms espousing their association with criminal organizations and past crimes.