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Young Thug Leaves It All And More On The Breakfast Club



Young Thug appears at The Breakfast Club, and is on tip of everyone’s tongue! Despite it being his first interview at the show, Thug definitely left his mark as one of the most extraordinary appearances on the show. The rapper talks beef, new album, Mac Miller collaboration, and so much more!

Thug squashes beef with Charlamagne

Following the release of Punk, his second album, Thug continues to let his name ring on all media fronts. Charlamagne Tha God opened the interview with a humorous approach in introducing Young Thug. The two settle on calling him Mr. Sex. Setting the tone for this overdue encounter, the two put their drawn-out “beef” to bed. In a clip shared, Thug responded to an exchange between Birdman and Charlemagne a few years back. Thug cleared the air by saying, “I never understood how could it go so far, we were just talking sh*t. And I was kind of young back then.”

Charlemagne continues by giving him accolades for his extended stint in the music industry. Surprisingly, Char addresses a faltered prediction he made on Vlad TV 10 years ago. He had sided with the possibility that Rich Homie Quan would outlast Thug in the industry. Thug was enthused but jokingly asked, “How you feel about that?”

On this insider, the rapper also let the audience in on the recording of his latest album Punk. He addressed accusations that he copied Kanye’s idea to require one color scheme at either’s listening party. Throughout the interview, the rapper is very calm and expressive to all questions about the hosts. He gives insight into his substantial relationship with fellow Atlanta rapper Lil Baby.

Thug talks Juice WRLD and Mac Miller at The Breakfast Club

Thug gave a gracious response to his dealings with the death of two of his industry friends; Juice WRLD and Mac Miller. Charlamagne inquired about whether or not he had gotten over their deaths. Thug urgently replied, “no.” He continued, “I think I’m still running from it.” Thug shocked the hosts revealing that he and Miller recorded Day Before, the day before Mac died.

In hindsight, this long-awaited interview was on time for the public. Thug showcased his gracious nature. he gave a transparent look into his life, much like his new album. Thug spoke entirely of growth and gave fans what they craved since he does not partake in many interviews.

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Written by Antoinette Ford

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