The all known American radio presenter and television personality was born in 1978. Charlamagne Tha God, which is the name that he is known for, his original name is Lenard Larry McKelvey.He is among the hosts of the show, The Breakfast Club with his Co-workers Dj Envy and Angela Yee.
He is also involved in the VJ for The Week in Jams with DJ Envy and Sofi Green. He has been in some hosting shows like the MTV2 show Uncommon Sense. Charlamagne Tha God, in his previous life, there was a time he was in the county jail and afterward being released, he began night school and was an intern. He proceeded on by becoming the second mic to radio host, Wendy Williams.
Charlamagne Tha God grew famously by hosting and gather some Hip Hop /R&B artists on the radio. There was the WWWPR-FM in New York City, New York that Charlamagne Tha God hosted his show, The Breakfast Club, alongside Dj Envy and Angela Yee.
In 2017, is where he published a book called Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It. Steven Kurutz at that time made a review of the book and acknowledged it as a street-smart guide of oneself.
There was a moment that Charlamagne Tha God commented on Eminem’s recent album release, Kamikaze album. Which was a surprise to many people not only in the United States of America?
He appreciates the record and also says Eminem is one of the best rappers in the world. The Eminem track “The Ringer ” commented on Charlamagne saying that he’s going to hate no matter what Eminem says. Read This Article for more information.
This made Charlamagne Tha God comment on the line. He noted that it was not all about hate and the Revival was wack, and he said the album just sneaked up on them. Also The Tyler The Creator line which he also commented on.
Charlamagne said that he has the freedom of speech. However, Eminem was supposed to understand that whenever he calls Tyler, he is going after millions of gay people around the globe. However, Eminem doesn’t seem to care. He was ok with the call out of Trump’s “white privilege ” and the organic rants of politics.