The Truth About Chanel West Coast's Feud With Charlamagne Tha God

While Chanel West Coast may very well be our favorite MTV host ever (just think of that laugh on Ridiculousness), she sees herself as a musician first and foremost. She even has a favorite song! That being said, hosting Ridiculousness alongside Rob Dyrdek and Sterling "Steelo" Brim has afforded Chanel a lavish life — even without her music. She has an impressive net worth – which she spends on some pretty fabulous things – and a gorgeous home in Los Angeles complete with fancy, black paper towels in the kitchen

While we might think 'lucky Chanel,' the hip-hop star has had suffering in her life and there's definitely a tragic side to her story. She also gets majorly trolled, but Chanel is a total savage when she claps back! On top of all that, Chanel seems to get into feuds every now and again with major stars. Case in point? Over the years, she's publicly feuded with Sharon Stone as well as rapper Nicki Minaj.

But that ain't all! Chanel got into it big time with Charlamagne Tha God and it was a big deal. Check out all the details below.

Chanel West Coast stood her ground with Charlamagne Tha God

Radio talk show host Charlamagne Tha God was a guest on a 2017 episode of MTV's Ridiculousness. While on the show, Charlamagne and Chanel West Coast got into a bit of an argument. At one point, Charlamagne said, "My only strategy is just to tell the truth. Just like, whatever I said about you, I'm going to say to you." Chanel West Coast replied: "But just because you say something doesn't make it the truth."

He agreed, "That's true. It's just my opinion." Then, he pointed to Chanel and said, "She's saying that because I told her she was wack rapping one time." Then he asked the audience if they had ever heard Chanel rap, with Charlamagne adding, "Good for the people that said no." Ouch!

Chanel had clearly had enough because she said, "Lil Wayne, who co-signed Drake and Nicki Minaj, is the same person who co-signed me. I won a BET Award with Young Money. I got songs with French Montana, YG, Ty Dolla $ign, Snoop Dogg ... You don't know my musical track record, bro." Yas queen! You go.

Chanel eventually opened up to Life & Style about the incident, saying, "He's kind of rude all the time ... So I felt like I needed to stand up for myself. A lot of people I don't think get the chance to do that with him." She added: "He does a lot of s**t-talking on his radio show and online, and I think a lot of people — if they had the chance — would have done the same thing as me. But yeah, I felt like I needed to stand my ground."