Yesterday, Charlamagne tha God threaten to seek legal action against Rolling Stone. The ‘Breakfast Club’ host fired off a legal letter to the magazine saying its July 31 article on Rollingstone.com
Last week the BFC crew talked about Lil Duval comments that upset the transgender community.
On July 31, 2017, RollingStone.com published a story titled ‘Janet Mock Speaks Out Following Charlamagne Tha God’s Controversial Morning Show’ after Mock published a first-person piece on Allure.com that denounced remarks made on “The Breakfast Club” radio show by guest comedian Lil Duval. Rolling Stone mischaracterized Charlemagne’s position in its original search headline, conflating comments by Lil Duval, a guest on his show, with his own.
And, Rolling Stone apologizes to Charlamagne Tha God.
“We sincerely apologize to Charlamagne Tha God for the error. Charlamagne has since clarified that he believes violence against transgender people is wrong and has declared himself an ally of trans people.”