The four and a half hour talk and music-mix fest known as the “Breakfast Club” on IHeartRadio features the much-acclaimed Charlamagne Tha God as co-host and personality. A provocateur and jokester, Tha God is known for poking fun at celebrities, for his spicy interviews, and for driving the National conversation as regards race society and hip-hop. Charlamagne Tha God is also a writer and has a book titled “Black Privilege” which ranked sixth in the New York Times of bestselling hardback nonfiction on May 7 2017. Another book he has written is titled “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me”.
Unafraid to put forth a singular view even when the maelstrom of opinion is whirling in a direction different from the one in which he’s tossing his two cents, Charlamagne Tha God recently put forth a thoughtful, heartfelt and undoubtedly eye-opening comment, succinctly gift-wrapping his view in a well-known historical reference.
The aforementioned maelstrom refers to the Kavanaugh sexual misconduct investigation and the national uproar as Americans spoke out against Kavahanugh’s being voted into the supreme court. The recently close vote that ushered Kavanaugh into the position notwithstanding, protesters graced the steps of Washington alerting the nation, the media and world of their dissatisfaction. Many agreed with their dissatisfaction. Many were also nonplussed by the president’s much-aired commentary, noting that “It’s a very scary time for young men in America when you can be guilty or something that you may not be guilty of…” Visit This Page for related information.
Assumptions that Trump’s commentary implied a preference of accuser over accused aside, the president did specify his point of view further; “What’s happening here has much more to do than even the appointment of the Supreme Court justice. You can be somebody that was perfect your entire life and somebody can accuse you of something. Somebody can accuse you of something and you’re automatically guilty…”
Undoubtedly it was the latter part that most spoke to Charlamagne Tha God, who responded to Trump’s views with this: “Welcome To a Blackman’s World. Now he knows how the Central Park 5 Felt.”