December 15, 2010

Did Charlamagne Tha God Change His Tune After the Diddy Call?

Maybe this one is best left for the gossip websites headlines... "Diddy and Charlamagne have BEEF on the radio!"

But it sure sounds like Diddy's phone call today to Charlamagne at Power 105.1 in New York sort of shut him down following his "Donkey of the Day" segment in which he called the new album 'Last Train to Paris' not relevant. You can listen to the two segments below and make your own judgment.

Now at the end of the day Charlamagne is still hosting The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 at least for one more day; Diddy's real problem was with Charlamagne (while at 100.3 The Beat) saying that Cassie slept her way to top (We guess it was Charlamagne who posted nude photos of her all over the Internet); and after watching Diddy and Dirty Money perform on 'The View' and 'Saturday Night Live' recently, nobody should be hopping on or boarding any kind of train from conductor Sean Combs...

Familiar with the classic children storybook "The Emperor's New Clothes"? ...In it the emperor was exposed...("There's a little child saying he hasn't got anything on." Till everyone was saying, "But he hasn't got anything on." The Emperor himself had the uncomfortable feeling that what they were whispering was only too true. "But I will have to go through with the procession," he said to himself.)

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