On the next episode of THE THERAPIST: Joe Budden. pic.twitter.com/OV7yBeFcfd
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Joe Budden has always been known for controversy when it comes to making headlines. Following the altercation on Complex’s ‘Everyday Struggle’ with Atlanta trio Migos this past summer at the Bet Awards, Joe Budden opened up about the situation on the Viceland show, The Therapist with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh.
A man who loves therapy, Joe delves into his personal life and bring about the BET Awards incident that caused him to take his mask off and tell his co-hosts to wrap up the interview.
“My ethics and my morals, yet again,” he says about what happened. “I’m not gonna sit there while three young men give me their ass to kiss.”
“It was a false sense of entitlement from these three gentlemen. While my novice co-host and my moderator will sit through it, I will not. I was behind the scenes saying, “Why are we talking to these people?” I’m blunt. I’m insensitive. I’m not filtered. I’m not censored. Things could go left.”
Watch the clip below and be sure to catch Joe Budden’s sit down on The Therapist with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh tonight (Oct. 3rd) at 10:30 pm on VICELAND.
Joe Budden on Migos. THE THERAPIST tonight at 10:30P ET/PT. pic.twitter.com/QMuaXxsEkA
— VICELAND Canada (@VICELAND_ca) October 3, 2017