The real and the fake of Charlamagne, and the bookends of rape culture are discussed in Episode 43.
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*Disclaimer: The subject matter discussed on this episode is very sensitive and could be triggering for some listeners.
On Episode 44, Gee referenced the previous Real or Fake segment, “Charlamagne should be forgiven if he raped Jessica Reid” and this sends Rome into a surge of discontentment with public outrage over Charlamagne. This led the group way off course from the original topic of Implicit Bias (held off for next week) and on to a passionate debate on outrage over Charlamagne Tha God’s actions.