Charlamagne Tha God Responds To Eminem’s Diss Like A Professional

 

Rap music is a genre that works with lyrics to put together tracks that are open to many different interpretations. Eminem is one of the biggest stars in rap music, and he just released a surprise album named Kamikaze where he mentions the author and radio host, Charlamagne Tha God. Recently, Charlamagne Tha God was critical about Eminem’s homophobic slurs pointed at another rapper, and in Kamikaze, Eminem referred to him as someone is going hate no matter what he does.

Instead of taking offense to Eminem’s rap remarks, Charlamagne Tha God took it as a sign that he must have been thinking about him for a long time. Charlamagne even feels like he has been immortalized by being mentioned in one of Eminem’s raps and is happy that is was Eminem who did so. He recalled that in his early days, Chingy was the only one who dissed him, and he doesn’t think Chingy is very talented.

Charlamagne Tha God has been a media personality for many years and is also the author of Black Privilege. His real name is Lenard Larry McKelvey, and he is also the owner of CTHAGodWorld LLC. It is his opinion that calling someone out or mentioning them in a rap song only gives them more attention and proves that they are on your mind. He sees it as a form of free advertising in a way and has been a good example of how to deal with negative publicity or how to behave when mud is slinged at you. Instead of responding with anger or just ignoring the comments, Charlamagne proved that it is best to respond in a calm and professional manner. He also wants people to know that while he thought Eminem’s Revival album was garbage that he believes that Kamikaze is an all time great.

Charlamagne Tha God is the author of New York times bestsellers: Black Privilege, Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It and Shook One.

 

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