Charlamagne Tha God Shares His Thoughts On Being Referenced In Songs By Eminem


Author and radio legend Charlamagne Tha God recently shared his thoughts about rap music and the singer/songwriter Eminem in an article he wrote. Rap music is very difficult to write, he said, as the songwriter needs to make it personal, take the right angle, make sure every thought is expressed, and then practice it over and over until it’s polished. For this reason, when a new album comes out fans are pretty excited and looking forward to interpreting each track.

Rap music star Eminem released a new album, Kamikaze, this fall. On two songs it sounds like he is attacking Charlamagne Tha God who had criticized him for using a Homophobic Slur against another rapper. Some people feel that Eminem mostly used this word just to get additional notoriety and draw attention to himself and his new album

One of the lyrics in question is, “Charlamagne gonna hate anyway, doesn’t matter what I say”. However, Charlamagne Tha God didn’t take either of the references to him as an insult. He figured that Eminem had just been stewing for months after he said that Eminem needed to tone down his language at an awards show.

Charlamagne Tha God said he thought it was great to be immortalized on an album.

He was proud that he has achieved enough fame that rappers feel inclined to reference him so he’s good with everything. He said several years ago it was only rappers like Chingy who tried to insult him so he feels he’s gone up in the world. Find Related Information Here.


Age 40, Charlamagne is a media personality who, in addition to radio, also works on television. He has written two popular books, the latest of which he reveals his struggles with mental health issues.

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