The Power 105.1 deejay/personality delivered a heated on-air speech after hearing about Cipha Sounds' offensive comments toward Haitian women.
New York radio stations’ Power 105.1 morning host Charlamagne Tha God had a few choice words for veteran deejay Cipha Sounds after hearing about his controversial on-air comments toward Haitian women last week.
“I’m from the south, so I know about hatred toward ethnic groups. So when he said that he reps Haitians heavy and he says ‘sak pase’ before all his parties, it was the equivalent to a racist red neck getting called out on being racist and saying to the people, ‘I’m not racist, all my best friends are black.’”
Referring to the tragic earthquake in Haiti this past January, as well as a recent cholera outbreak that his killed over 2,500 Haitians, Charlamagne continued, “Any person who would throw hate at the Haitians at any time, but especially at this moment and time…A person like this doesn’t care about the people period.”
Charlamagne Tha God added that his anger and disappointment toward this situation extends to Hot 97, who he believes did not punish the deejay enough for his comments. “[Hot 97] ‘so-called’ suspended a guy during the holidays. He was gonna be off anyway! They don’t care about the people, so why do we care about them?”
You can listen to the full audio clip below.