FANS of The View have threatened to boycott the show, after host Whoopi Goldberg welcomed back radio host Charlamagne tha God.
Viewers quickly voiced their displeasure with his appearance, calling him one of the show’s most unlikeable celebrity guests.
Earlier this week, Charlamagne, whose real name is Lenard Larry McKelvey, was invited to talk politics.
To the surprise of some off the other hosts, he lashed out against Liz Cheney, after Ana Navarro called her a “profile in courage” and a “hero” in today’s politics.
But the 44-year-old late-night tv talk show host strongly disagreed.
“She was complicit for four years,” he countered. “When you ride with Donald Trump on damn near everything for four years, I don’t think you can be considered a hero.”
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On Twitter, fans clapped back, angry that he was allowed on the show to begin with.
“Charlemane tha … whatever,” one person dismissed.
“I’m out,” another tweeted bluntly, adding the hashtag #TheView.
While a third spoke out: “I’mma pass on the Charlamagne segment. Y’all got this.”
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One fan went into greater detail about his displeasure with the host.
“He doesn’t interview well, goes off on tangents about his life and struggle, and it’s not even that good of a story,” the person shared.
“Honestly it seems like he does these shows for the money and doesn’t even enjoy them.
“He doesn’t seem someone honest who cares about other people and wants to get to know them, he just is there to collect a paycheck.”
But Charlamage seems to have a fan in Whoopi, who wrapped up his segment by inviting him to stay longer next time.
“You should come back and co-host with us at some point,” Whoopi said, before thanking him and throwing to commercial.
Again, fans turned to Twitter to voice their displeasure at the possibility.
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“There she go inviting folks to co-host,” one fan tweeted with a disapproving gif.
“Whoopi, with her courtesy offer to co-host just extended to CTG,” another added, with a series of crying-laughing emojis. “Not on my watch.”