«I’m On The Side Of Blackness,» Charlamagne Tha God said in response to Boosie calling him out.
Ts Madison appeared on ‘The Breakfast Club’ on Tuesday and discussed a variety of topics, including Boosie and Lil Nas X’s previous confrontations, as previously reported. During the interview, Charlamagne discussed his feelings regarding rappers that make music about violence and drugs and then cast moral judgment on others.
“None of them has the authority to declare Lil Nas X is a danger to children,” Charlamagne stated. «You don’t…nah, you can’t stand on that moral high ground if you’ve ever rapped about violence against people, celebration of drug-taking or selling.» That goes for everyone, not just Boosie.»
Boosie responded to the comments with a strange ‘Paid In Full’ anniversary tweet a few hours later. He called out Charlamagne, stating, «Keep egging these guys on your program with this bro, you’re part of the problem.»
Charlamagne attended the platform’s ‘Rumor Report’ program on Wednesday to clear the air, despite no instant response. The news roundup is usually hosted by Angela Yee, Charlamagne’s longstanding co-host.
«I’m on the side of Blackness, not no side.» First and foremost, I’m sending healing energies to Boosie. I’m not sure what I’m supposed to do with it. If I’m not mistaken, when I said we can’t stand on that moral high ground, I thought I said me included,» Charlamagne stated. «As far as throwing a finger at someone and saying they’re a danger to children, we’ve all said or done things that have probably had a detrimental impact on children.» «I included myself,» I said.
Angela then revealed that Ts Madison was the one who had mentioned Boosie’s name. «TS Madison had the words for Boosie, not me,» Charlamagne concurred.
«The Breakfast Club has always been a place for Black voices to me,» Charlamagne added. «Just like Boosie can come up here and speak himself, TS Madison can come up here and express herself.»