With the state that hip hop is in these days, “Everyday Struggle” is one of the most needed shows, but it only works because Joe Budden is the perfect voice to rep the hip hop community. Read on to find out why he’s gone and its O.V.E.R.!!!
Earlier today, there were speculations that Joe Budden was fired from the show and Budden later elaborated on it in a series of tweets, referring to “internal chaos” as the reason why he hasn’t been there.
What is so messed is that Joe Budden created “Everyday Struggle.”
“I created that show… I’ll create another if need be… & another & another….. it’s when u CANT create that you move WITHOUT integrity…”
Now that Budden has taken to social media stating that Complex is moving forward without him. – The hip hop magazine has officially made a statement about him NOT returning.
Complex has officially confirmed that Joe Budden is no longer part of the “Everyday Struggle” cast.
“Joe Budden is not continuing as a host on Everyday Struggle in 2018. The show will be back in the New Year with all new episodes and guests. We wish Joe all the best and thank him for a great 2017.”
They further elaborated on the statement and said:
“We love and respect him; we believe he’s terrific but the reality is we couldn’t reach an agreement.”
It appears that their statement is correct since Joe Budden mentioned that he and Complex weren’t able to reach a mutual agreement on renewing his contract.
The ironic part about this is that Quavo and Lil Yachty finally dropped the video for “Ice Tray” this morning which clowns all three members of the Everyday Struggle cast.
Joe’s walk off has turned into one of the most popular gifs on social media today.
“Know your worth King.”
And this is why this video will always be so important. #Salute:
— Yves Saint LOWrent (@YoungGodLow) December 19, 2017
Another great hip hop show is now garbage without a real player in the mix, making hip hop work harder. And putting hip hop music and its artists in check for that trash music that continues to be released.
We look forward to Joe Budden’s next podcast, because we will be listening.