Charron has released a video for a verse he says was meant to be featured at this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards cypher.
Charron was slated to appear on the BET Hip Hop Awards cyphers after winning a competition on BET’s “106 & Park.” However, the rapper was excluded from the filming of the cyphers.
In October, Charron spoke with HipHopDX about this exclusion.
“I was avoided for months and given a response after the cypher was pre-filmed,” Charron said in an exclusive statement to HipHopDX. “At the end of the day, I was denied of a prize we contractually agreed on.
“I have proof that I’ve emailed people I’ve been dealing with,” Charron added. “I made phone calls. I have records from June and earlier dates. They didn’t respond…They [later] told me they changed the format for this year, but if you look, there’s no format change. It’s the same as every year.”
The verse discusses his exclusion from the BET Hip Hop Awards cypher and contains clips of his appearance on “106 & Park.” One clip features the program’s host Bow Wow saying that the winner of the battle competition would earn a slot on BET’s Hip Hop Awards cyphers.
“No invitation / And no indication,” Charron raps in the verse. “This is with a station / Originally created / To fight discrimination.”
Later in the verse, Charron says he thinks BET excluded him intentionally.
“You think the White boy from Canada sucks,” he raps. “‘Cause your target market won’t find me ratchet enough.”
Charron Disses Justin Bieber, Usher, Rick Ross & Kendrick Lamar
Charron’s verse also disses Kendrick Lamar, Chief Keef, Usher, Justin Bieber and Rick Ross.
“I’ll handle Kendrick Lamar,” Charron says. “With a mothafuckin’ left like a Hendrix guitar / Crazy, people gonna shout / Accidentally cut off Usher’s dick while stabbin’ Bieber in the mouth / Whoa, probably shouldn’t spit that / Think it’s Ludacris? Then pay him to write your diss track / Rick Ross, what you really think? / Only substance that you have is in other peoples’ drinks / Hip Hop these days lost a lot of flavor / If you like the new school, you’re a Waka Flocka flamer / Big L, Big Pun, those are some rappers / Wish Chief Keef died instead of Ol’ Dirty Bastard.”
Charron’s video can be viewed below.
During an interview with HipHopDX earlier this month, Charron explained why he was so upset with BET over the exclusion.
“I’m very upset because I did this on my own dollar,” Charron said. “I’m coming from Canada. I had to quit my job to do this because I had a dream. I was confident that I’m the best. I feel like I’m the best freestyler in the world. I would have beat everyone there. I auditioned online for three years and they never let me on. They’re letting random bums on there with the swag image for their demographics. Finally, I got all my fans on Twitter to message them to give [me] a chance.
“[BET] told me from the start they weren’t gonna give me money for the hotel and bus,” Charron continued. “I said, ‘That’s fine,’ because the exposure I was gonna get from the BET cypher was gonna be worth it. To me, I wouldn’t have done it if it was just $5,000 because I invested about $3,000 to do it. That’s only $2,000. I could make that doing a written battle instead of all this work. So, I was doing it for the BET exposure because there’s no way to gauge how good I was gonna do. I’ve been skyrocketing this year, working my hardest to improve my craft. With [a recent battle against] DNA, you can see the progression I’ve made. My buzz right now is at an all-time high. If you know anything about the game, you can go from the top to bottom anytime soon.
“This BET cypher could have skyrocketed my career,” Charron added. “To get the people they have on – they have Kendrick Lamar and all those guys – to get a verse from one of those guys has to be somewhere between $30,000 to $80,000. To actually be on the BET cypher with them, you can’t really gauge how much that is worth for your career. I get paid for shows. If I’m on the BET cypher, now I’m getting paid more for shows. Everything I do, I’m making more money off it. Now, I’m kicked off the cypher. You’ve got people on message boards saying, ‘Charron was kicked off the cypher because he’s not good enough.’ Now it’s public humiliation. It lowers my stock. I make money battling, too. This is ammunition for my future battlers. It’s public humiliation as well because I think I’m better than 90 percent of the people on that cypher so there’s no way I was kicked off because I wasn’t good enough. It’s just very upsetting.”
HipHopDX contacted BET before the October 2 interview was published. HipHopDX was told a statement would be released regarding the matter. No statement has been received.
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