The incident came back up recently during Angie Martinez’s interview with The Breakfast Club. The fellow Power 105 radio personality was on the station’s morning show to promote her new book Healthy Latin Eating, but the discussion eventually turned to Charlamagne leaking the Mayweather drop.
“I think most of the time with Charlamagne, he’s just being honest. Whether you like it or not, that’s being honest. And that’s okay,” said Martinez. “But with that Mayweather thing, I thought that was just a little below the belt… I just felt like that wasn’t about you being honest. I felt there was an opportunity – and maybe you thought it was funny – but you took something that was private, you asked the man to do something for you, and then you make fun of him. It wasn’t about being honest.”
Charlamagne then admitted he felt bad about the situation and it was wrong to play the audio on the air. Co-hosts DJ Envy and Angela Yee then suggested that he should apologize to Mayweather. Martinez also felt an apology was necessary.
After first stating there was no need to say he was sorry, Charlamagne eventually expressed, “I apologize champ.”