By now we’ve all seen the bizarre, yet pretty hilarious clip of Birdman’s heated “interview” with The Breakfast Club, that ended before it even began. Just like with everything that happens, social media erupted into a frenzy with quote after quote and endless memes. Hell, I even had a little fun with this whole fiasco, myself. But all jokes aside — contrary to the beliefs of the people on social media who are mostly fence-riders anyway — Birdman handled his business, today (April 22nd).
If you know anything, you know that prior to today, Charlamagne has said some pretty wild stuff about Birdman; about everybody. It’s what he does. We’ve seen him make Lil Mama cry. We’ve seen him rip Machine Gun Kelly. We’ve also seen things backfire, as Fredro Starr was dangerously close to laying hands on him. There is a line between entertainment, and doing too much, and there are some people out there who are going to let you know when you have crossed that line. Today, that person was Birdman, yet somehow everyone is making him out to be the bad guy in all of this.
Everyone is running with this whole “Birdman is a sucka for pulling up on the ‘radio guy’ blah blah blah”, but I’m not buying into that at all. Your job title doesn’t grant you immunity. I don’t care if you’re a pastor. If you’ve been talking reckless about me, we have to have a talk when we see each other. Flat out. Sure, Birdman could’ve picked a different time and place, but he didn’t, so we can’t worry about that. Charlamagne played himself, by asking about Rick Ross and Trick Daddy, and trying to remove himself from the hot seat. While the question is somewhat valid, it’s also irrelevant. Birdman is pressing you. Right now. So now it’s about you and him. Not him and Ross. Not him and Trick Daddy. Your only question should be, “What’s good?”
At the end of the day, I think Birdman just wanted “all tree” of the Breakfast Club hosts to know that it wasn’t sweet out here, and for that I can’t knock him. If you don’t want problems, watch your mouth. It’s that simple. Not everybody is going to let you talk to or about them crazy, and if you’re not from the hood or can’t fight, you might not ever understand that.
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