Charlamagne Tha God on Nicki Minaj's 'Hate Train' Accusation: 'It's Not True'
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Also defending himself from the accusation is DJ Envy as 'The Breakfast Club' takes the opportunity to clarify that he 'did not text Nicki Minaj yesterday,' unlike what Nicki says.

AceShowbiz - Nicki Minaj feels that Charlamagne Tha God is responsible of the hate she's been receiving. She made the accusation in the Monday, August 12 episode of "Queen Radio", in which she also accused him of damaging her reputation. And now, "The Breakfast Club" co-host has spoken out regarding the "MEGATRON" hitmaker's claims.

"Nicki and I have had conversations about this via phone call and text message," Charlamagne said on Tuesday. "We've had these discussions about this 'hate train.' It's not true. If she wants to believe that and wants her fans to believe that, it's cool."

He went on saying that he had nothing but love for the Barbz, saying, "I love Nicki Minaj. Nicki put me on her [Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded album]." Charlamagne added that "Nicki and I always had a solid relationship," though "it went south when I said 'Anaconda' was wack. But the moral of the story is I love Nicki Minaj."

"And the respect she's telling everybody she deserves, she has already. I have gotten on this radio a million times and said this whole new wave of female rap is because of Nicki Minaj. She is the leader of the new school when it comes to female emcees and nobody can take that away from her," he concluded.

Also defending himself from the accusation was DJ Envy. "The Breakfast Club" personality clarified that he "did not text Nicki Minaj yesterday," unlike what Nicki said. "What happened was when she was talking spicy yesterday, me and her DJ, DJ Boof, have a great relationship. I was like, 'This is the Nicki I love. She needs to put this in music. I love when she talks spicy.' That's what I said to Boof. He probably let her see it. I don't even have Nicki's number."

Charlamagne later concluded with a lighthearted note. "Nicki, we love you," he said. "We just don't want you to become the rap game's Mo'Nique. We don't want you blaming everybody but yourself for whatever issues you may have. Don't make us start calling you 'Mo'nika.' But we love you for real."

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