CHARLAMAGNE Tha God is known for being a radio personality and television presence.
Between his career and business endeavors, Charlamagne Tha God rolls in the big bucks.
Who is Charlamagne Tha God?
Charlamagne Tha God, who’s real name is Lenard Larry McKelvey, was born on June 29, 1978, in Charleston, South Carolina.
He is the co-host of the nationally broadcasted radio show, The Breakfast Club, joined by DJ Envy and Angela Yee, who were all inducted to the Radio Hall of Fame in 2020.
In his early career, Charlamagne Tha God worked with Wendy Williams on The Wendy Williams Experience. He was also featured on Guy Code, Guy Court and Girl Code, and founded the Black Effect Podcast Network.
In 2015, he started hosting Uncommon Sense aired on MTV2.
Charlamagne Tha God, who’s personal mantra is “bite my tongue for no one,” was arrested twice as a teen for possessing and potentially distributing marijuana and cocaine.
On September 17, 2021, Charlamagne Tha God will be hosting his own late-night show on Comedy Central called Tha God’s Honest Truth. Late night host Stephen Colbert will be joining as executive director.
The show’s 30 minute program will include “Charlamagne’s culturally fluent take on social issues in a variety of deep dives, sketches and social experiments that deftly unpacks the most pressing topics permeating politics and culture,” according to Comedy Central.
The show is looking to be “redemptively comedic, refreshingly unfiltered, and unapologetically Black.”
What is Charlamagne Tha God’s net worth?
Charlamagne Tha God makes his money mainly through radio hosting, business endeavours and some extra projects.
His net worth is approximately $10million with an annual salary of $3million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
He has written a couple of books, Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create (2017) and It Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me (2018).
Is Charlamagne Tha God married?
Charlamagne Tha God married wife Jessica Gadsden, who is a fitness trainer, in 2014.
They have three daughters, Muslim, African and Greek.
Charlamagne Tha God tries to keep his family out of the limelight.
He says he will not post pictures of his daughters or wife on social media until they are ready to handle the exposure.
He stated, “I’m not raising my kids via social media. I never felt like that was a place for my family to be.”
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