Nicki Minaj complained on Thursday that she’d been “banned” from rap’s hottest radio show, “The Breakfast Club.” But it’s news to the show’s co-host, Charlamagne tha God.
“There was never a problem with her,” he told Page Six, “we never banned her from the radio station. There is not a consequence to what she has said now, or in the past. I don’t know why she is saying that.” He added that he and Minaj “talk on the phone; we text each other” and that “rappers are going to be rappers,” and compared the posturing with “wrestling.” He said, “I would be happy and welcome her to come on the show.”
“I’m saying that when I say what the fuck it is that’s what the fuck it is,” she said about his “MotorSport” theories. “When I explained how ‘MotorSport’ came about… You went on your platform and said, ‘She didn’t know this other bitch was on the record. You said that. That is again implying that I’m lying when I sat and said exactly how the song came about… Y’all went and told the world Nicki Minaj is lying.”
Nicki refused to answer Budden’s question about whether or not her and Cardi were taking shots at each other on the song.
On Tuesday episode of ‘Everyday’s Struggle’, Nadeska, Wayno and DJ Akademiks open up the show discussing Nicki Minaj’s latest episode of Queen Radio, where she and Joe Budden face off about their previous beef. DJ Akademiks does a deep dive into what started the beef between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B and shares his thoughts on what went wrong with “Motorsport.” The crew also shares their thoughts on the recent conflict between Nicki and Trina’s A&R.
It was previously reported, During a recent interview with Comedy Hype, The comedian/actress called out Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne Da God.
“I’ve seen and heard the destruction that that brother has done in our community,” she explains. “I’ve heard the poison that he’s pulled out over that air in our community. Now, everyone is allowed to change. Everyone can wake up and say, ‘You know what, I now see it differently.’ But I think that the only way that we make change in our community is to first acknowledge that we were part of the damage. … I think that that brother played a big part in the destruction of our community.”
“… I’m praying for Mo’Nique I hope she gets the healing she needs. Talking about the same people for the last fifteen years. I’m new to the conversation but the Oprah, Tyler Perry, Lee Daniels and everybody else is always the problem. Even though these people did her wrong she got to let that hurt go!”
It was previously reported, The comedian/ actress confronted Charlamagne Da God for giving her ‘Donkey Of The Day’ after she requested that fans boycott the streaming service for offering her $500,000 for a special while offering Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle and Amy Schumer multi-million dollar deals. Charlamagne argued that in a “what have you done for me lately” culture, Rock, Chappelle and Schumer are simply more valuable and would be more likely to bring in big numbers.
In a candid new interview comedian Mo’Nique blasts Charlamagne Da God.
“I’ve seen and heard the destruction that the brother has done to our community. I’ve heard the poison that he’s pulled out over the air in our community…. Now everyone is allowed to change. “
A $98 silk nightcap is drawing comparisons to a sleep bonnet, a cap that has long been worn, in particular by black women, and prompting backlash and accusations of cultural appropriation.
Sarah Marantz Lindenberg, founder of NiteCap, said she got the idea while planning her wedding. She said she was experiencing breakouts on her face, neck and back at the time and wanted something that would protect her hair and skin when she slept.
Lindenberg, who is white, says she began sleeping with a vintage silk scarf “to preserve her hair and complexion,” according to the NiteCap website.
“To her delight, she noticed how much better her hair looked in the morning, her blowouts lasted longer and yes, her skin improved too,” it states.
Lindenberg, the director of marketing at womenswear brand Pink Tartan, said she was inspired by “the rich history of hair wrapping.”
It was previously reported, Birdman made an appearance on Power 106 for a new interview Nick Cannon and addresses how to handle disrespectful interview.
Charlamagne reacts to the interview on The Breakfast Club:
“We’ve never had a messy interview with Birdman because we never had a Birdman interview. We had a Birdman moment…”
Then Charlamagne drags Nick Cannon.
“Nick Cannon always be putting his damn foot in his mouth. Nick Cannon you’re on that radio every morning. Okay for the next however long you choose to do it. You’re going to be messy too. Remember when he hosted the Wendy Williams show for that week. He was on there being a little messy ass hoe…..”