The Joe Budden Podcast Episode 171 | “Opposition”

As Joe, Rory and Mal prepare for the tour they still had a lot to address on the docket this week. They began with Rap Radar’s interview with Will Smith and Joe declares that he isn’t a hater. They also discussed Azealia Banks’ incident on Wild’n Out and attempt to figure out why her music career is at a standstill. Last week many of the listeners wondered why Joe didn’t mention much about the Charlamagne allegations, well this week Joe explains and the guys discuss the situation and the Joe gives Safaree a call after discussing his Dykman visit. Next stop, the west coast! Salute.

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