Wale is known for his passionate and outspoken opinions on social media, and the veteran rapper brings that energy to Everyday Struggle as today's special guest alongside Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks, and Nadeska.

The show kicks off with DJ Akademiks and Wale arguing, with Akademiks telling Wale people think he's corny. Wale holds his own and comes back with his own opinion on Akademiks.

In a light flex, Wale also takes a quick call from Pusha T.

Wale then opens up about his past issue with J. Cole. If you remember, back in December Cole dropped "False Prophets," which many believed included a verse about his good friend Wale. Later that month, Wale responded with his own song, "Groundhog Day." That same evening, Wale and Cole were spotted at a college basketball game together, deading any real beef.

Later, Wale addresses the low sales figures for his fifth studio album, Shine, and says he won't blame his label Atlantic for the disappointing result. In fact, he doesn't consider it a flop since his ticket sales are still strong, and Kendrick Lamar shared praise for his new project. Check out the full episode above.