Charlamagne: I Like Kanye West, Not Kanye Kardashian (Flashback)

In this flashback, Charlamagne shared his thoughts on Kanye getting close with the Kardashian family after he started dating Kim. Charlamagne then explained how Kanye’s music and overall demeanor changed when he started associating himself with Kim’s family. The Breakfast Club co-host also stated that Kanye’s 2013 album "Yeezus" was "trash," and he explained why "New Slaves" is such a contradictory song for Kanye. To hear more, hit the above clip.

John Salley Disagrees with Warren Sapp: Odell Bekham Jr. IS Great (Flashback)

In this flashback, John Salley shared his thoughts on Warren Sapp saying that Odell Beckham Jr. isn’t a "great" player, and John broke down why Odell is a great player. John then added that he told OBJ at a party not to mess things up before the one-handed catch, which led John to break down the catch. To hear more, including John’s reaction to OBJ’s response to Warren Sapp, hit the above clip.

Fivio Foreign on Being Too Rich to Beef with Enemies on Tracks (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from 2020, Fivio Foreign addresses different references in his songs, and admits that it brought in some enemies, but added that he personally doesn’t have any enemies. After adding that he doesn’t have time for beef, Fivio explained that he’s big into astrology, and as an Aries, he won’t date certain signs that clash.

Akon on Only Getting $12K When He Signed 1st Major Label Deal (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from 2020, Akon spoke about linking up with music executive Devyne Stephens and eventually signed with Steve Rifkind’s SRC Records. He went on to confirm that he was on a promo tour for a year and a half before "Locked Up" finally took off. He also disclosed that he turned down four or five other offers to sign with SRC for only $12,000 because he felt like Rifkind truly believed in him.

Havoc on Prodigy Leaving Solo Deal at 14 to Form Mobb Deep With Him (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from 2017, Havoc of Mobb Deep talked about growing up in Queensbridge in the 1980s, his decision to pursue music, and how he initially linked with Prodigy. Havoc describes the chain of events that led to the birth of Mobb Deep: an early record deal with Jive that Prodigy left, the first incarnation of Mobb Deep, the "Poetical Prophets," and their early meetings with Diddy when they were just 15 and 16 years old.

Jemele Hill on Candace Owens Being a Republican Bootlicker (Flashback)

In this flashback, Jemele Hill reacted to legendary football player Herschel Walker supporting Donald Trump, which led to a conversation about Republicans carefully choosing the Black people around them for their own benefit. Jemele went on to question why people like Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown supports Trump, which led to comparisons of Sammy Davis Jr. catching backlash for supporting Richard Nixon. Jemele also reacted to Candace Owens not being invited to speak at the RNC, which led to Jemele stating that Candace being a bootlicker didn’t benefit her in this situation.