You knew eventually this all was going to get messy.
This all started with Stephen Jackson and Matt Barnes clowning Kwame Brown on the All The Smoke podcast. Brown who has been pretty much silent about all the jabs he has gotten over the last 20 years decided to defend himself against any and everyone that has done him wrong.
Eventually, this led to the Breakfast Club speaking about the beef and Charlamagne Tha God talking about Brown’s family history which includes Brown’s father being in jail for murder and Brown himself being crazy.
Brown in turn went on several rants about Charlamagne’s sexual assault case.
For those who don’t know here is what Charlamagne said about the case and what he pleaded guilty to.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Charlamagne Tha God (aka Lenard Larry McKelvey) was arrested on July 2, 2001 on a warrant stemming from a charge of criminal sexual conduct with a minor in the 2nd degree, for an incident that allegedly occurred the month before.
More specifically, the documents accused the then 22-year-old Charlamagne of “willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously engage in penile/vaginal intercourse with a fifteen-year-old female child.”
McKelvey pleaded guilty at the time to “contributing to the delinquency of a minor,” a less-severe charge, and received three years’ probation.
In the video, DJ Akademiks asks McKelvey how he “beat” the rape charge, to which he responds, “I didn’t do it.” He says that he was 20 years old when he threw the party (according to the arrest warrant, he was actually 22), and specifically recalls a girl who was in attendance: “She got drunk, high, whatever… something happened in the room with a couple of my dudes.” He insists that he had left at that point, continuing, “the next morning, I’m hearing she says she got raped.”
“I just told the detective, look, I take full responsibility for anything that happened in the house last night… nobody got raped.”
McKelvey claims he was arrested because police had no one else to pin the crime on: “So being that I went down there and took full responsibility, so, lock him up.”
“Whoever touched her, it wasn’t me,” he added.
This is the event that Kwame has been referring to, but he repeatedly referred to Charlemagne as a rapist and this is what caused the cease and desist from Charlamagne’s attorney.
Brown was not pleased and immediately went on a live stream to discuss it.
Flip the page to hear what Brown had to say and Charlamagne explaining his side of the story, along with the Breakfast Club talking about Brown.