During a recent interview in an episode of “The Brilliant Idiots” podcast, the “Breakfast Club” co-host made his feelings public.
“I think it’s wack and I think it’s beneath Drake,” he criticized the track, which debuted at No. 1 on the charts. “I think that when you’re the biggest artist in the world when you’re the biggest rapper in the world, I don’t like to see you chasing trends.”
He went on saying, “It’s like, why be a surfer when you’re a f***ing wave? I just didn’t respect it.”
Charlamagne continued, “The s**t might still work but it just don’t seem organic. A lot of times with those TikTok dances, it’s just organic. It’s a song people like and somebody does something to it and it goes. It was like it felt too forced. Too corporate. Too industry.”
“I just feel like Drake has built himself up into such a way that he don’t have to do that s**t, man,” he said of Drizzy.