Birdman’s Interview With The Breakfast Club Is Nothing Short Of Legendary

blame it on Meka April 22, 2016

I haven’t even had my morning coffee yet, and I’m howling loud enough to wake every neighbor on my block right now.

Seriously, why do some of these artists even bother agreeing to do certain interviews, much less actually go through with the sit-down, in the first place. R. Kelly had to know what was going to happen to him when he was approached with the idea of sitting down with the Huffington Post, yet he still went through with it and — as expected — stormed off the set once host host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani asked him about his sexual allegations.

The latest rapper to have a blow-up on a media personality: One Bryan Williams, née Birdman. Scheduled to sit down with Power 105’s The Breakfast Club, an already-hostile Baby warned (threatened?) that the three — and, in particular, Charlamagne Tha God — that they respect his name. Things never quite settled down, and Birdman ultimately walked out of the interview before it even began.

Not for nothing, “put some respect on my name” is one of the most unintentionally funny things I’ve heard in a long time. Kudos, Bryan, you’ve officially made my April 22nd, 2016.

And Pusha T is enjoying every single moment of it.