Charlamagne Tha God tends to stay up-to-date on happening in the music world, as is his job being a radio talk show host. Recently, new swirled about a “beef” between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly that saw both of the artists release “diss tracks” geared toward each other.
Their Fans have spent the week following those releases going through the tracks with fine tooth combs looking for all of the subtle play on words that can be found within them. So too is true of Charlamagne Tha God and his co-hosts on The Breakfast Club talk show. It appears that Charlamagne is especially interested in Eminems song “Kamikaze,” as it not only mentions him, but it also included disses of other artists in a way that Charlamagne deemed as being homophobic.
As an individual who tends to speak out on controversial topics, Charlamagne was quick to point out a line that Eminem used within his song that is directed at Tyler the Creator and his self-admitted involvement within the bisexual community. Charlemagne stated that, as everyone in American has freedom of speech so too do they have the right to become offended over what others choose to say.
Charlamagne Tha God included in his statement the fact that he wondered just how offended other members of that community would be at the homophobic slur that Eminem used within his song. To Charlamagne, the fact that Eminem did not consider nor care about those individuals opinion on the matter was obvious. Click Here for more information.
Charlamagne Tha God goes on to say that he liked the album, but that it would be a clearly controversial piece to many people, though his own inclusion in the track KamiKaze did not offend him.