Logic returned with the release of his latest album Confessions of a Dangerous Mind on Friday. While the album is packed with all-star verses from Eminem, Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa, ironically it's the feature-less "Clickbait" that's grabbing headlines, with the rapper going on the offensive against Charlamagne tha God by dropping the radio host's name in the song's only verse.
Over an instrumental composed by Logic's in-house producer 6ix and the legendary !llmind, he uses rhymes to reveal his rift with Charlamagne and the Breakfast Club.
"I don't do the Breakfast Club 'cause Charlamagne is shameless/That's the only one I leave out when I run my bases," Logic raps.
Although neither one has gone into detail about their disconnect, fans have taken it upon themselves to try to find the root of the issue, resurfacing a clip from Logic's 2014 appearance on the show. In the video, Logic is touching on familiar trauma when Charlamagne bluntly asks the rapper who raped his sisters.
Another catalyst for their wedge could be Charlamagne's consistent criticism of Logic using his racial identity in his music. For years this has been a point of contention within rap for various reasons. People like Joe Budden, Joyner Lucas, and Charlamagne have been critical of Logic using this as a muse. In fact, Charlamagne consistently ignores the fact Logic is biracial by habitually calling him a "white rapper" as a joke.
Charlamagne responded by giving Logic his Donkey of the Day honorific on the Breakfast Club Friday. "Let me be the first to tell you, I don't know what the hell Logic is talking about," Charlamagne said. "I can assure you nobody in this room has ever said, 'Man, you know who doesn't come up here? Logic...' And that's not a diss. I'm just telling you nobody cares."