“The Breakfast Club” team better be looking for some replacements very soon, because Charlamagne Tha God is ready to call it quits and is giving “ no fu***”. The other day when Nene Leakes was booked for an interview, Charlamagne unapologetically let it be known how he feels about his seemingly restrictive position at “The Breakfast Club ”. Right in front of Angela Yee, and DJ Envy the discussion over his contract being up in December of this year, created some slight tension.
If you’ve watched the amazing transformation America’s favorite radio host has conceptualized throughout these last ten years, it isn’t surprising he would want to jump off this old, crickety bus. “The Breakfast Club ” formula really only is Charlamagne. Notably when a good guest attends the show for an interview, and he isn’t there fans make the united choice to not watch. It feels like something is missing when it’s just Envy, and Yee. They don’t ask the racy questions that we all want to know about.
With a Howard Stern-esque ability to get the truth out from high profile figures, Charlamagne will definitely branch off this December and probably already has his own tv show in the works. After doing huge interviews with Kanye West, and Pete Davidson, who knows what’s next for this fearless agitator. Interestingly enough today one of America’s beloved rappers, Megan Thee Stallion decided to pop in at “The Breakfast Club ” and Charlamagne was so reckless with his questions, that the whole conversation felt like an episode of “Law and Order”.
From the Illuminati to profound details about the ongoing case with her and her record label, Charlemagne was gunning for the juicy stuff. Fans in the comments were shook over how open Chalarmagne was concerning defying his fellow coworkers when it came to interviewing. Even when D.J. Envy tried to end the interview early which he is annoyingly known for, Charlamagne said no and went on to dive deep into hitting Megan with the real deal. The talk striked major points like whether Roc Nation influenced this dispute with her label in the first place, and if she looked over her contract thoroughly.
Clearly Megan was trying to maintain some semblance of composure, and find ways to get around whatever Charlamagne was directly asking her. Her admitting that she too has made mistakes whether that be in her professional life, or personal was humbling. The accusation by fans that she’s become Hollywood too soon in her career was brought up, and Megan negated that with her kind personality. How she is going to get out of this legal headache is not transparent at the moment, but using her quiet intelligence Megan will find a way.