Charlamagne Tha God vs. Logic: who's in the wrong?
Who would have thunk it possible, Logic managed to get in Charlamagne Tha God's head by invoking his name on Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind. As my colleague pointed out earlier in the day, Logic raps about sidestepping the Breakfast Club on song labeled "Clickbait." The transcript reads as follows:
I don't do the Breakfast Club 'cause Charlamagne is shameless
That's the only one I leave out when I run my bases
Do your research 'fore you call somebody homophobic
You make a living off of controversy and you know it
I ain't that type of artist, respect my name and we can talk about it
I'd suck a dick just to prove it ain't that way
Ninety-nine percent don't listen what I say
The following clip is particularly relevant to Logic's "shameless" plug. As you can plainly see, Charlamagne makes no bones about asking Logic to describe the finer detail of rape that occurred within his family. Bear in mind, this interview was shot ages ago.
Unsurprisingly, Charlamagne used his very-public platform to address the situation, by tapping Logic as his "Donkey of the Day." "Let me be the first to tell you, I don't know what the hell logic is talking about," Charlamagne argued. "I can assure you nobody in this room has ever said, 'man, you know who doesn't come up here? Logic...' And that's not a diss. I'm just telling you nobody cares."
Within the same DD segment, Charlamagne sets up his deposition by alluding to the fact a Wu-Tang feature wasn't enough to summon any interest in Logic's last project - and as the radio host plainly stated, "[Wu-Tang Clan is] my favorite hip-hop group of all-time" within the first minute of the segment.