Joe Budden Declares He Won't Return to Gillie Da Kid & Wallo's 'Million Dollaz' Podcast in the Future

Joe Budden's Journey of Conflict and Camaraderie in Podcasting

Joe Budden In Concert - New York, New York
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In the ever-evolving landscape of podcasting, conflicts and reconciliations are not uncommon. Joe Budden, a prominent figure in the content creation sphere, recently settled differences with Million Dollaz Worth of Game co-hosts Gillie Da Kid and Wallo. However, this doesn't necessarily mean we'll be seeing Budden grace their show anytime soon.

During a recent appearance on the Need to Know Podcast, Budden candidly shared his thoughts on various figures in the content space. When the conversation veered towards Gillie and Wallo, Budden made it clear, stating, "I’m never doing that show again." Despite this stance, he expressed his continued support for the hosts, ready to assist them outside the podcast realm.

To comprehend the roots of this recent truce, we need to rewind to 2020. Budden, along with then-co-hosts Rory and Mal, discussed producer Devin Wade's departure from Million Dollaz Worth of Game after the show's lucrative $3 million deal with Barstool Sports.

Gillie Da Kid, evidently displeased, unleashed his frustration, questioning why they were discussing his podcast. He emphatically warned Budden and his co-hosts against meddling in matters they allegedly knew nothing about, vowing potential consequences if they continued.

Months later, tensions resurfaced when Budden aired grievances over Gillie's stance on the Black Lives Matter movement. A video circulated depicting Gillie championing "All Lives Matter," allegedly filmed four years prior to the George Floyd incident in May 2020.

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The saga continued into this year when Budden took a dig at an unnamed rival flaunting their wealth while residing in less-than-impressive surroundings.

In the dynamic world of podcasting, clashes are inevitable, but so are reconciliations. Joe Budden's journey with Gillie Da Kid and Wallo showcases the complexities of interpersonal dynamics in the content creation space. While he may not be gracing their podcast soon, the bonds of support endure, transcending differences.