Lakeith Stanfield Has “No Issues” With Charlamange Tha God After Fallout
Written by B87FM on February 15, 2020
Two unlikely foes who had a quick beef final yr have been Lakeith Stanfield and Charlamagne Tha God. In November, Lakeith voiced his frustrations with black media shops that he thought of to be “anti-black” due to what and the way they report. Charlamagne would later make Lakeith “Donkey of the Day” on The Breakfast Membership, and a few believed that Lakeith dissed Charlamagne in a track he launched. The alternate was over as rapidly because it started, and Lakeith just lately shared that he has no gripes with the radio host.
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“Nah, we ain’t spoken. It ain’t actually no drawback,” mentioned Lakeith in an interview with Angie Martinez. “I simply say what I really feel and typically folks really feel completely different they usually acquired they opinions and platforms identical to I acquired mine. And typically they diverge and go elsewhere but it surely’d be foolish to have an issue.” Angie wished to understand how they’ll reconcile their variations.
“I do not actually know what there’s to fix, I am good,” Lakeith mentioned with amusing. “If he acquired some type of difficulty, inform him that we will discuss collectively and we’ll determine that out, however aside from that, I ain’t acquired no points by any means. Do not even make sense to have points about that. We each need the identical factor. We simply need one another to be nice and we would like all black folks to be nice and fill the house. I feel that is what’s making an attempt to return out however typically it comes out in tousled methods.”
Angie talked about that some issues are sometimes misplaced in translation due to social media. Lakeith added, “We additionally gotta have integrity on how we’re reporting and the way we body issues. Have duty for like, the honesty and fact and integrity in issues. Or, we might be sloppy. You bought the choice to make in your platform.”
Watch Issa Rae and Lakeith Standfield’s interview with Angie Martinez beneath.