Charlamagne Tha God doesn’t bite his tongue ever, and he actually doesn’t seem too far off with his analysis of Omarion’s position as at a part of the MMG collective. Charlamagne seems to believe that Omarion isn’t promoted properly on the MMG label. Fans even commented on social media saying they forgot he was on the label or they had no idea he was on the label to begin with. Omarion responded basically saying whether he’s promoted well or not, he’s still successful and sh*t is still happening. Well ‘Post To Be’ did well, but would it have done as well without the assist from Chris Brown and
barely-can-sing Jhene Aiko’s grocery line? LOL.
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