Desiigner Calls Out DJ Envy and Charlamagne tha God – I will slap the shit out y’all!
Desiigner has broads in Atlanta and words for Breakfast Club hosts, DJ Envy and Charlamagne tha God. The Power 105.1 morning show took celebrity callers for their annual Chime 4 Change initiative, which raised money for mental health research this year. G.O.O.D. Music rapper Desiigner donated to the cause, even offering how his sister’s battle with mental health prompted him to donated. While Angela Yee spoke with Desiigner, Envy and Charlamagne proceeded to mock his voice. They also insinuated that Desiigner himself suffers from mental health issues.
Desiigner took to social media with a video, visibly upset by his interaction with the Breakfast Club. He started by thanking fellow Brooklyn native, Angela Yee, for her hospitality. He said:
“Angela Yee, you know it’s love. Thank you for having a great conversation with me on the phone. You dig what I’m saying? Change is change.”
He, then, proceeded to threaten DJ Envy and Charlamagne tha God for mocking him. He added:
“Both of y’all don’t play yourself, my nigga. Remember y’all got to come to New York. Y’all got to come to my city. Don’t play yourself. Go to work. Go to Power 105. Go to work, bro. You’ve got kids that go to school nigga.”
“I’m doing something good for change. I’m changing the world. I‘m doing this shit. Y’all niggas think I care about making fun of my voice, I’m like bro, I will beat the shit out of both of y’all. Charlamagne – you won’t come back up here without none of your North Carolina niggas. And Envy – guaranteed, bro. I see you, bro. You got a nice little family, bro.”
Desiigner issued one last warning. He said:
“Aye yo, Charlamagne – let me tell you something, look. I just woke up and shit. I’m cool. I was laughing on the phone, but, yo, I’m a grown ass man, bro. You and Envy – I will slap the shit out y’all. Dead. I’m grown man. I do this by myself. Don’t play with me.”
Perhaps Desiigner has had it with public figures mocking his animated tone of voice. Rapper Nicki Minaj mentioned him in her single, “Barbie Dreams,” insinuating he has a learning disability. She said:
“I remember when I used to have a crush on Special Ed / Shoutout Desiigner, ’cause he made it out of special-ed.”
Yikes! Watch how it went down between Desiigner and the Breakfast Club hosts below.
Written by Miata Shanay