Thugger is undoubtedly on a different plateau at this point in his career. The YSL CEO is fresh off his release of his latest album, Punk. The 20-track project features Drake, Travis Scott, Doja Cat, J. Cole, Gunna and more.
On Monday, the “London” rapper made his debut on The Breakfast Club morning show. When host Charlamagne asked Thug about his long-awaited debut on the syndicated morning show, Thug brought it back to his reaction after the infamous Birdman incident at the Breakfast Club.
In addition, Charla reminded Thug that he previously said Rich Homie Quan would have a longer career than Slime.
“I will say, I made one of the worst hip-hop predictions about ten years ago when I did VladTV,” said Tha God’s Honest Truth star. “They asked me who gon’ be around longer, Rich Homie Quan or Young Thug? I said, probably Rich Homie Quan. Clearly, I was wrong.”
When asked how he felt about that prediction, Thug simply responded, “You was wrong.”
Charlamagne Tha God did compliment Thug’s distinctive sound, calling his voice an “instrument.”
Peep Young Thug’s first appearance on The Breakfast Club.