Tha God's Honest Truth

Tha God's Honest Truth

Lenard "Charlamagne Tha God" McKelvey hosts Tha God's Honest Truth with a weekly late-night podcast that cuts through the bulls**t so you don’t step in it. Each episode features a variety of deep dives, sketches, and social experiments tackle social issues and pressing topics that permeate throughout politics and culture. Rooted in truth, coated in comedy and unapologetically Black, nothing is off limits. Charlamagne Tha God is bringing his real, opinionated, thought provoking perspective like you haven't seen before. Hear full episodes of Tha God's Honest Truth adapted for audio every Monday.

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December 21, 2021 23 min

Charlamagne sits down one-on-one with the first female, Black and Indian-American vice president, Kamala Harris.

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Correspondents Chico Bean and Amanda Seales settle the score on whether Christmas is really about Jesus or Santa Claus, and Charlamagne sits down one-on-one with the first female, Black and Indian-American vice president, Kamala Harris.

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December 13, 2021 29 min

Charlamagne Tha God explores the difficulty of interacting with relatives whom you don't particularly enjoy during the holidays, singer/actress Chlöe Bailey stops by, comedians Karlous Miller, Rosebud Baker and therapist Nedra Glover Tawwab join in on the conversation.

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December 6, 2021 28 min

Charlamagne Tha God discusses the Second Amendment and gives his take on Black people owning legal firearms as a form of self-defense and self-care.

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November 22, 2021 29 min

Charlamagne asks the question is American Capitalism only sustainable for the 1%. Plus God's Honest Tribe member Chico Bean chats with Dr. Claud Anderson about Black Capitalism and generational wealth. Kevin Hart also stops by to talk about his new series “True Story.” And Ian Dunlap joins the conversation to talk about financial literacy.

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November 15, 2021 38 min

This week Ed Sheeran drops by Club Reparations to catch up with Charlamagne about what has changed in his life and work since the birth of his daughter and the loss of a very close friend. They break down Ed's new album, Equals, and what may be next for Sheeran beyond his music. 

 

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November 15, 2021 28 min

Charlamagne Tha God challenges America's support for its veterans as rates of homelessness and police brutality against Black service members rise, singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran discusses his album "=," and rapper Soulja Boy stops by.

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November 8, 2021 29 min

As Charlamagne Tha God explores the idea of modern relationships in Western society, author and relationship expert Shan Boodram and academic scholar Reverend Michael Eric Dyson discuss traditional relationships versus alternative relationships.

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November 1, 2021 31 min

Charlamagne Tha God explores why Democrats are afraid to act against the GOP and help Black America, then talks with POTUS senior advisor Cedric Richmond and The LOX about saving democracy.

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October 18, 2021 43 min

In this episode of Tha God's Honest Truth, Charlamagne tries to save humanity from social media hell. In a society that runs on likes, shares, and retweets Charlamagne exposes the corruption of social media and why it needs to be regulated. Charlamagne also talks with Cal Newport (Author: "Digital Minimalism") and Tristan Harris (Co-founder: Center for Humane Technology) to discuss the dangers of the platforms and why w...

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For generations, the black community has identified its trauma as part of “the culture.” In this episode, Charlamagne aims to stop the normalization of trauma in the black community and start a path to healing. We unpack the different ways that black people have had to use unhealthy coping mechanisms to get through their collective PTSD. And we begin the process of learning healthier alternatives of overcoming our pain such as ther...

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October 4, 2021 34 min

Charlamagne sidelines the buzzy, fear-mongering around utilizing Critical Race Theory in schools to get to the root of conservative pushback. Here we’ll examine the demonstrative power that comes with being black and educated in this country, and we’ll see how young HBCU students handle a lesson in Critical Racist Theory, a sugarcoated account of the past that erases black struggle and conflict from the narrative for white comfort....

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September 27, 2021 28 min

Charlamagne puts the entire Federal Bureau of Investigations under investigation. Plus, Charlamagne makes a case for completely removing one man’s name, J. Edgar Hoover, from the FBI building while also holding a competition to see who was American history’s top racist.

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September 20, 2021 30 min

In this episode, Charlamagne looks back on the process of denazification and its effects on Germany while teaching our viewers how to decrackerfy America one institution at a time. We’re not telling you what to do, but we are planting the seed of what can be done.

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Lenard "Charlamagne Tha God" McKelvey cuts through the bullshit so you don’t step in it. Each episode features a variety of deep dives, sketches, and social experiments that tackle social issues and pressing topics that permeate throughout politics and culture. 

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