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The hit late-night talk show from Charlamagne Tha God returns to Comedy Central, and HipHopWired was on hand for the season premiere and got to talk to the host afterward for his insight on the direction for the season ahead.
Charlemagne Tha God‘s Tha God Honest Truth is set to return for a second season on Comedy Central, but change is coming and fans will be quick to notice.
Charlamagne Tha God is out here making all the moves and his latest venture will be coming to Brooklyn, New York as he’s teaming with iHeartMedia to put together the first Black Effect Podcast Festival later this summer.
Recently sitting down with Charlamagne Tha God for a personal one-on-one interview, Pusha T reflects on his life and the changes he's made to himself over the course of his career.
Charlamagne tha God pushed Vice President Harris on a question of who is actually running the country, which sparked a moment that has Twitter talking.
Ed McPherson, the attorney representing Travis Scott, spoke out about the rap star's controversial interview with Charlamagne Tha God which was posted on YouTube. Speaking with TMZ, he stated that the idea to do the sit-down was at Scott's insistence.
The Atlanta rapper and entrepreneur sat down with Charlamagne Tha God to break down a handful of times he broke the Internet by way of his outsized personality.
Charlamagne Tha God is returning to your late-night television screen. The media personality and host of The Breakfast Club is getting late night talk show on Comedy Central.
On Monday (Mar 24), Charlamagne revealed his decision after explaining to listeners that the reason was due to him "going too far" when touching on the fellow South Carolina native, Kwame Brown’s, personal life; before adding that he was urged by mutual associates to publicly apologize to Brown.
On Wednesday (Sept 9), The Breakfast Club host announced a partnership with iHeartRadio to launch The Black Effect Podcast Network, a passion project with an aim to encourage discourse on important topics within the Black community.
As Joe Budden counts down to the final taping of his namesake podcast after negotiations fell through with Spotify, Charlamagne Tha God went on 'The Breakfast Club' to shed a light on why the relationship went left: The rapper has trash negotiation skills.
During a one-on-one interview with the presidential hopeful, Charlamagne Tha God largely ignored the statement as it appeared to be a bad-timed joke versus an actual declaration.