On air for The Breakfast Club, a nationally syndicated radio show that airs to millions in more than 90 markets.
Lenard McKelvey, aka Charlamagne Tha God, at the International African American Museum, where he serves on the board of directors.
On The Late Show with fellow Lowcountry native Stephen Colbert, who also serves as an executive producer of the Comedy Central Show, Hell of a Week with Charlamagne Tha God.
A young Lenard with his father, Larry.
With wife Jessica Gadsden-McKelvey at the Tyler Perry Studios grand opening gala in 2019.
Receiving an honorary doctorate from South Carolina State University in 2021.
Being honored with the Emma L. Bowen Humanitarian Award in New York last fall for his mental health advocacy.
Experiencing a “Passage” room at IAAM, featuring the names of enslaved Africans boarding ships to cross the Atlantic.
Charlamagne at the IAAM African Ancestors Memorial Garden.
Hosting Hell of A Week With Charlamagne Tha God.
Speaking at MWA’s first Mental Wealth Expo last fall.
His best-selling books, Black Privilege (2017) and Shook One (2018), the latter details how he manages his fears and anxieties.
In IAAM’s Gullah Geechee Gallery with assistant curator Martina Morale
Raising a glass at Bourbon N’ Bubbles, his friend Lamar Bonaparte’s King Street bar and restaurant.