Joe Budden Apologizes to Logic for Celebrating His Retirement
Written by B87FM on July 26, 2020
Joe Budden is feeling regret for mocking Logic’s retirement.
Earlier this month, the controversial podcast host celebrated Logic’s announcement that he was hanging up the mic following the discharge of his sixth and ultimate album No Strain. In the course of the July 18 episode of his “Joe Budden Podcast,” Budden as soon as once more took intention at Logic, who he as soon as referred to as “one of many worst rappers to ever grace a microphone.”
“Let’s have a good time Logic getting the f**okay out of right here, ni**a,” stated Budden whereas laughing. “You’re tryna get some empathy from me?”
He chanted, “Go half Black man!” earlier than writing off the 30-year-old MC. “It is best to have retired a very long time in the past, Logic. Who cares?” added Budden.
However Budden later realized that his feedback might have been too harsh and insensitive. On a subsequent episode of his podcast, he supplied a heartfelt apology to Logic.
“Log, final week, I got here in right here feeling fairly tumultuous, recent out of Twitter jail, unable to correctly learn the room, and simply hating myself and life, actually,” he started. “And sadly, I projected a few of that onto you, Log. And for that, I wanna apologize. That was mistaken of me.”
He continued, “I ought to be capable to assume that you simply aren’t the very best rapper on the earth however have a good time your retirement as a result of that could be a time when any person ought to be completely happy and look again of their profession and get their shit off and be with their followers.”
The previous Slaughterhouse rapper mirrored on his personal retirement. “No one desires to listen to from this fu**ing outdated grumpy f**okay saying f**okay you and shut up. Particularly after that man was allowed to retire peacefully. I felt dangerous,” he stated.
Logic dropped his ultimate album No Strain on Friday and signed off in a tearful farewell on Twitch throughout which he thanked his followers together with Kendrick Lamar, Drake, and J. Cole. He now plans to give attention to fatherhood. He and his spouse Brittney Noell lately welcomed their first son, Bobby.