October 15, 2011

Nick Cannon and Charlamagne Got Beef and Are Going at Each Other

This is monumental...on the level of Rick Ross and 50 Cent, maybe even Ray J and Fabolous without the apology!

Nick Cannon, better known as the morning show host on 92.3 Now FM in New York and of course Mariah Carey's husband, is going at Power 105.1's Charlamagne Tha God with a diss song called "Warning." In it he says, "Charlamagne made girls cry, so who's the donkey of the day?/Man, you about as gay as d- pics/ I'm on mansion number six by the time you get rich."

Charlamagne, not one to sit back, recorded his own reply and said that Cannon was "quite possibly the wackest rapper alive."

You can listen and vote on who won the battle of diss records between Nick Cannon and Charlamagne aka Lil' Young Shorty. [Listen Here]

The so-called "beef" is not serious. But that doesn't stop some listeners from taking it seriously anyway.

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