The Breakfast Club's Charlamagne tha God's Married life Details-Who is his Wife? Do They Have Children?
Charlamagne Tha God is a famous American radio presenter and a television personality. He is popular as one of the co-hosts of The Breakfast Club, a nationally syndicated radio show that he hosts with DJ Envy and Angela Yee. Charlamagne also stars in Guy Code, Guy Court, and Girl Code, and is the VJ for The Week in Jams alongside DJ Envy and Sofi Green.
In 2015, he began hosting the MTV2 show Uncommon Sense, before this, he hosted The Wendy Williams Experience with Wendy Williams on VH1.
It seems all is well in Charlamagne Tha God's career. But hey! What about his personal life? Is Charlamagne Tha God married? Or is he single? What do you think?
Is Charlamagne Tha God married? Or is He Single?
Charlamagne the God is married to his high school sweetheart Jessica Gadsden, it's apparently been sixteen years since they have been together. Charlemagne and Jessica got married in September 2014.
As per sources, they have two daughters. However, there is no mark of both his wife and children on his social media. Some sites write that it was Charlamagne's elder daughter who convinced him and Jessica to get married.
Charlamagne Tha God Slammed by the Transgender community?
It started when comedian Lil Duval was in "The Breakfast Club" and said if in his life he ever discovered that he'd unknowingly slept with a transgender woman that woman would be "dying." And that statement was, of course, hard to digest for the Trans community.
— Anthony (@hollywoodblvd1) July 30, 2017
In one of the events in Pasadena when Charlamagne was speaking, advocates for transgender people began shouting at him saying that
"We are not a joke! Trans people are not a joke!"
- Charlamagne Tha God's original name is Lenard McKelvey
- Charlamagne Tha God was born on June 29, 1980
- Charlamagne Tha God was born in Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.
- He started his career as a radio intern in South Carolina, after his release from prison
- He published his book Black Privilege in 2017; it ranked sixth on the New York Times list of best-selling hardback non-fiction.