Joe Budden Done with ‘Everyday Struggle’ and Fans Are Freaking Out

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Joe Budden says he’s not on paternity leave from “Everyday Struggle.” (Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

Fans are not too pleased about Joe Budden’s departure from “Everyday Struggle.” The rapper has been missing from the Dec. 18 and 19 episodes of the Complex magazine-produced series and he says he won’t be coming back.

The rapper tweeted Monday that his contract for the web show was up, which would explain why DJ Whoo Kid had been filling in on yesterday and Tuesday’s show.

He followed by shutting down Whoo Kid’s indication that Budden was not on the show because of his newborn son and that the outspoken host will be returning.

His girlfriend, Cyn Santana, also confirmed the development.

Complex Networks SVP Communications Jennifer St. Clair issued a statement confirming Budden will not appear on the show, which he created, going forward.

“I can confirm that Joe Budden is not continuing as a host on Everyday Struggle in 2018,” she wrote according to AllHipHop. “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.”

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Budden doesn’t seem to be taking things too well. He indicated there were some payment issues between him and Complex Networks.

By Tuesday, he gave more insight into what caused the fracture.

Devoted Budden fans eagerly supported the MC’s new efforts and vowed to abandon “Everyday Struggle.” They also promised to follow him on “The Joe Budden Podcast.”

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