Recently Charlamagne Tha God gave his perspective on the Cardi B and Nicki Minaj Drama, ultimately siding with Cardi B, but gets major backlash from Twitter fans. If you are unaware of the incident. Cardi B wanted to confront Minaj about some rumors but quickly escalated into a fight at the Harper’s Bazaar ICON party.
Charlamagne disagrees when people run their mouth on social media, podcast, radio shows while having no repercussions at all. Called out on Twitter, fans were disappointed that he backed Cardi B after she started a fight over some words that were said by Nicki Minaj. Twitter and Facebook users stated that you don’t start fights over words, that’s just wrong but backed their statement by using the “freedom of speech” spill.
Standing strong on his beliefs he went on to discuss that today’s society is so stuck on using freedom of speech on social media sites and being able to say whatever they want without any kind of consequences which is far from the real world. Many understand his views but many are questioning this statement because of his past against violence with Nicki’s threatening behavior.
Tweeters went on to talk about Charlemagne Tha God taking up for Nicki’s threatening DJ Self over his statement saying Cardi B’s record was better than Nicki’s, but now defending Violence since its aimed at Nicki. Some are stating it is a double standard. Either you’re for violence or against it.
Others have started tweeting about Charlamagne’s past rape allegations from decades ago that have started popping back up. Many are snapping back telling him he should be taking responsibility for his own actions, and not just facing consequences when it benefits you rather than siding with one side one day and deciding to go to the other side the next day. Read This Article for additional information.
Charlamagne Tha God is a household name in entertainment. As one of the co-host’s of the hip-hop morning show, ‘The Breakfast Club,’ on iHeartRadio, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see where he got the inspiration for his new book entitled “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me.” The title comes from two hip-hop songs that speak out against being anxious and afraid, which is mostly what his second written work explains.