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He said that Kanye's album, due for release in June, is 'dope' and 'similar to socially conscious, "message Ye".'the Charlamagne interview just got an offer on 10 million. Charlamagne the new Oprah— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018Kanye tweeted about the meeting on Wednesday, revealing that he'd been offered million (£7.1m) for the interview.Yo @cthagod should we hold off for a hundred million??? He added that he and The Breakfast Club co-host talked about a variety of things, including 'Jay [Jay-Z], Virgil [Abloh], Obama, Trump and Mental Health'. In the meantime, you can revisit Kanye's 2013 interview on The Breakfast Club, during which he confronted Charlamagne.In 2017, he wrote a book called Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It.
Charlamagne became well known in the early 2000s as part of VH1's The Wendy Williams Experience with Wendy Williams. While the New York Times reported that Charlamagne was laid off due to company downsizing, Charlamagne wrote in his book Black Privilege that it was a questionable business deal with Wendy's husband that lead to his firing.'He was always extremely aggressive in trying to get more money out of situations,' Charlamagne wrote in his book.
That's where the man formally known as Leonard Mckelvey became Charlamagne tha God after reading about the historical Charlemagne who ruled much of western Europe in the early 700's and 800's. Charlamagne had a talent for radio talk; he was the second mic to talk show host (and former radio star) Wendy Williams.
But when he was on air he ran into trouble with guests because his line of questioning was upfront and abrasive. His relationship with Williams deteriorated and the two haven't been cordial since. that’s the last time I had a conversation with her,” Charlamagne tells.
“I had a conversation with her husband [Kevin Hunter], but it wasn’t nothing productive — just a bunch of yelling and screaming.” Wendy's husband had his own take on Charlamagne, “He was always extremely aggressive in trying to get more money out of situations,” the radio personality writes.
“He’d yell at and often threaten people till he got what he wanted … But it wasn’t how I wanted to do business.” Williams herself took the Mariah Carey route and acts like she doesn't know who he is when asked about her former co-worker. “I know why me and her husband fell out, but I don’t know what he said to her,” Charlamagne told The book is straight "real talk" but also has advice for people.