Rolling Stone Retracts Article About Charlamagne Tha God

 Charlamagne tha God threatened to sue Rolling Stone if it doesn't apologize for accusing him of making transphobic comments. Charlamagne had comedian Lil Duval on The Breakfast Club and asked him what he would do if he found out he’d unknowingly slept with a transgender woman. Duval said she would be “dying.” According to TMZ, Charlamagne sent a legal letter to Rolling Stone warning that a July 31 article titled, Janet Mock on Charlamagne tha God’s Transphobic Comments,” is defamatory and false. Mock, a known LGBGTQ activist and media personality, wrote an in-depth Allure editorial and called out ‘The Breakfast Club’ for using her as a prop after her name was mentioned during Duval’s interview. The outlet has since changed the article’s headline to, “Janet Mock Speaks Out Following Charlamagne tha God’s Controversial Morning Show. Rolling Stone has retracted their article and issued an apology for accusing Charlamagne Tha God making transphobic remarks during his interview with Lil Duval on “The Breakfast Club.”


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