Logic dropped his newest project Confessions of a Dangerous Mind on Friday, May 10. The album features Eminem, Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa and more. The Maryland rapper used his new project to get some things off his chest. Apparently, he is not the biggest fan of Charlamagne Tha God and asserted his opinion on his new song, “Clickbait.” The song speaks on social media influence and its cause and effect. Logic has been a guest on The Breakfast Club multiple times in the past, but it was not the most comfortable interview.
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“I don’t do The Breakfast Club ’cause Charlamagne is shameless,” says Logic. “That’s the only one I leave out when I run my bases. Do your research ‘fore you call somebody homophobic. You make a living off of controversy and you know it.”
The Black Privaledge author is notoriously known for unapologetically speaking his mind. Sometimes his candor is offensive to guests of the Breakfast Club, but it is the reason why he has garnered respect from both his peers and the audiences that tune in.
Logic continued the verse saying, “I ain’t that type of artist, respect my name or we can talk about it. I’d suck a d**k, just to prove it ain’t that way.”
Of course, Charlamagne took the time to respond to during his popular Donkey of the Day segment and Logic was the recipient. During the segment, The Breakfast Club host shared his dislike and lack of interest in the Def Jam artist’s music. He even went out of his way to disregard a Logic song that featured Wu-Tang Clan, despite being an avid fan of the Wu.
Although they share commonalities in disliking each other, they are both New York Times best-selling authors. Hopefully, this can bring them to amend their issues. “Clickbate” proved its purpose because the song is now a topic discussion. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind is available on all streaming platforms.