On this week's "The Vlad Couch" podcast, Charlamagne Tha God speaks on a plethora of topics, including his thoughts on why polygamy should be legalized, the popular Christ Bearer interview that he didn't watch ("I didn't want that in my spirit"), and why female hip-hop is currently prospering. He also shares his views on pretty much every major artist out at the moment, which he admits gets him into troublesome situations at times. "That's my problem, I get in trouble for speaking my honest opinion," he acknowledges.

In the past, Charlamagne has gotten into mild altercations with Terrence J and even Future, a rapper he feels is flourishing right now. About five years ago he introduced Future as a "terrible lyricist but he makes great songs," which is rumored to be the reason the "DS2" rapper has never made an appearance on The Breakfast Club. They've crossed paths since then and are now cordial, and according to Charlamagne, now that he has been lifted from "Ciara's curse," Future is doing better than ever. "Oh yeah, Ciara's p**** is definitely cursed. Absolutely. I mean if you look at anybody who dealt with Ciara, they've fallen off a little bit," he presumes, including 50 Cent, Bow Wow and Amare Stoudemire in the process.

Charlamagne also speaks on racism and the n-word, a term he says White people use because of how Black people have flipped it. "We made the n-word cool, and what happens when we make something cool? White people take it from us," he states whilst agreeing that Chet Haze's video on using the n-word as a term of endearment "was absolutely accurate."

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