In a recent interview with Wallo 246 on Where's Wallo, Charlamagne Tha God got candid about his dislike for Post Malone, going so far as to call him a "fake Future."

When asked him which two rappers he would kick out of the rap game, Charlamagne said: "Post Malone, definitely. I can't think of anybody else. I don't really dig his music like that. I think he's a fake Future."

Charlamagne then doubled-down on his comments. "Future gets so much flag for being Future, and then you get a guy out there pretending to be Future. That's Post Malone."

Perhaps realizing how savage he sounded, Charlamagne then clarified, "There's nobody I really hate. I don't even despise Post Malone like that. But if you ask who I would want to get up out of there, he would definitely be one."

Check out the interview below and hit the 5:30 mark to hear his Post Malone comments.

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