“None of them have the right to say Lil Nas X is a detriment to kids,” Charlamagne said. “If you’ve ever rapped about violence towards people, celebration of drugs using or selling, you don’t…nah, you can’t stand on that moral high ground. Not just for Boosie, that goes for everybody.”
Hours later, Boosie responded to the comments under a random, ‘Paid In Full’ anniversary tweet. He pointed out Charlamagne saying he’s “part of the problem keep egging these people on your show with this bro.”
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Although there was no immediate response, Charlamagne joined the platform’s ‘Rumor Report’ segment on Wednesday to clear the air. Angela Yee, Charlamagne’s longtime co-host, typically hosts the the news roundup.
“I’m not on no side, I’m on the side of Blackness. First and foremost imma send Boosie healing energy. I don’t even know what I got to do with it. If I’m mistaken I thought I also said me included when I said we can’t stand on that moral high ground,” Charlamagne said. “As far as pointing at somebody and saying they’re a detriment to kids because we’ve all said or done things that have probably influenced kids negatively. I said me included.”
Angela then chimed in and clarified that Ts Madison was the person who brought up Boosie’s name. Charlamagne agreed saying “TS Madison had the words for Boosie, not me.”
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