DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee got him to discuss running off on the plug, Yo Gotti, Young Thug, the ladies and more. on a chilly early-sprıng morning, and Charlamagne Tha God was piloting his regal Jaguar across the George Washington Bridge from the wilds of Jersey.This seemed a risky gambit considering that Puffy owns the Revolt TV network, which carries the video version of “The Breakfast Club” in markets around the country. It was just a case of Charlamagne being Charlamagne, as pure a thing as pineapple-flavored Cîroc. Still, at the end of the day, Charlamagne said with a furrow of his shaven-headed brow, if you wanted to stay on top of the morning during the social-media era, there were only two things you needed to know. This was bugging Charlamagne, who was growing weary of naming Trump the Donkey of the Day, a “Breakfast Club” egregious-achievement award, signaled by a loud, braying hee-haw.It was quickly announced last Friday that Hip Hop icon Ed Lover would be leaving Power 105 FM in New York after several years on air.2 Chainz, the Atlanta rapper who recently appeared on the show, seconded Akon, explaining, “It is our Johnny Carson show. Can’t blow that off.” Still, even for “The Breakfast Club,” Kanye West, a god in his own right, was considered a major get when he entered the studio in November 2013.“When Kanye first came on, people were wondering if I was going to be me,” recalled Charlamagne, who dispelled his fans’ fear of a celebrity kowtow with his introduction of the touchy West as “Kanye Kardashian.” Tha God followed this up by saying that “as a Kanye West fan” it pained him to say so, but the star’s most recent record — Yeezus, at the time — was, alas, “wack.” (West’s only rejoinder was a nonplussed double take.) Not to play favorites among rap moguls, Tha God was not so long afterward heard asking a resplendent Puff Daddy about nasty rumors implicating him in the death of Tupac Shakur.
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