Charlamagne tha God was serves as a personality on television and a radio presenter. His full name is Lenard Larry Mckelvey. He was born in Charleston, South Carolina on June 29, 1978. He co-hosts a radio show that’s nationally syndicated called “The Breakfast Club” he does this with Angela Yet and DJ Envy. A previous show he did was on the channel of VH1 with Wendy Williams called “The Wendy Williams Experience”.
Recently, Charlamagne tha God had an interview with Bill Rhoden on a HBCU 468 Podcast. The purpose of this sit down was the talk about his second book he wrote called “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me”. The conversation and book are highlighting a side of him that’s powerless. He’s known for eloquence that’s provocative. He talked about the what he struggled with anxiety and disorder that’s post-traumatic. On top of that he discussed the reason why he decided to go to therapy. He believed that. He went when he was the age of thirty nine. He claims that faith and therapy assists him to balance with the worries, and past of his. On top of that challenges that he hid or disregarded. An example is crack he sold to a women from South Carolina. Something else he made evident is that he is trying to get past the mistakes he made in the past. To him, it is really hard when someone thinks another way. Also, when people are utilizing things from a couple years back. He also believed that he can’t compare his past to his future self.
Previously, he wrote another book in 2017. It was titled “Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It. The book on May 7, 2017 the book got placed in sixth place on the “New York Times list of best-selling hardback non-fiction”. He has also appeared on the Drama show Empire” in 2015, where he played the role of himself. More recently he was on a comedy show in America called “Bodied”. In that show he played the part of Hunnid Gramz.
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