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Charlamagne Tha God is a highly rated radio talk show host who gives commentary on celebrity news and social issues. He has risen to fame through his direct critique of celebrities, rap artists, and other entertainers. Charlemagne is known for speaking his mind on any issue. He receives a lot of criticism because of his biting comments. He was mentioned on last couple of Eminem’s albums, one of which is Kamikaze. The lyrics could be taken as a negative, but Charlemagne turned it into an opportunity to give a positive evaluation of the artist, the lyrics and the albums.

 

Charlamagne has given strong reviews of rappers in the industry. Rappers are very sensitive about any potential criticisms because they know negative reviews affects record sales. Rappers will try to disrespect commentators or influencers, so their fans will stay on board and ignore the negative reports. When a social media influencer like Charlamagne Tha God gives an album a less than favorable review; rappers cannot disrespect Charlemagne because his word is held high in the rap industry. If Charlemagne says the album is not good, then hundreds of thousands of fans are going to agree and that affects sales for artist. So, Eminem recognizes the impact that Charlamagne Tha God has, so when he referenced him on his album, he knew Charlemagne’s review would be coming.

 

Charlamagne Tha God’s response to the song lyrics referencing his name was a cross between humility and sarcasm in a way that only Charlemagne can express. His thoughts conveyed a message that at least his name was mentioned, and that means he must be doing his job well. He still thinks Eminem is one of the greatest lyricists of all time. Charlemagne gave a quality response which is to be expected from someone of his caliber. He made a point of going hard without going negative. His style is what has made him famous and the respected voice of Pop Culture that he is today. See This Page for related information.

 

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