"That's what I love about these high school girls: I get older, they stay the same age."—Wooderson
Star must be jealous that Charlamagne has a show coming on HBO, or maybe he's just a committed defender of woman (he used to do a YouTube show for victims of domestic violence). At any rate, he scored an interview with a girl who said the Breakfast Club co-host had steamy non-con sex with her back in 2001, when she was 15 and he was 22.
Charlamagne has discussed the incident—which he characterizes as a false rape accusation—before, on the Breakfast Club, in his book Black Privilege, in an interview with DJ Akademiks and probably elsewhere, presumably in an attempt to get out in front of the issue, as they say in the PR industry. As Charlamagne himself is fond of saying, when you own your truth it can't be used against you.
But is that true? I'm not Charlamagne Tha God's biographer, but I don't seem to recall him mentioning that this girl was 15 at the time. Although I guess it doesn't matter how old (or young!) she was, if he's maintaining that he didn't hit that anyway. Also, in the Akademiks interview he says that there wasn't a warrant issued for his arrest (there was), and that he wasn't old enough to buy beer at the time.
It'll be interesting to see how this plays out. Charlamagne went kinda overboard with the pandering to black feminists after the whole Tomi Lahren thing. Will they return the favor by pretending this never happened? He was only convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and it sounds like maybe he honestly didn't do it, but they don't always take the actual evidence into account in these witch hunts.