J. Cole Vents About Kanye, Drake and Wale in New Music?

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Social media has been pretty busy dissecting the lyrics of a new track from J. Cole, and many suspect the rapper may have vented about Wale, Drake and Kanye West.

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  1. I can’t listen to it now but he pretty much said the truth about all of them. But I don’t know how this will turn out. Nowadays even rap is dominated by stan culture. So many people worship these people and they are going to try to take Cole down for saying the truth. Especially Drake’s stans.

    1. Umm Cole ain’t Meek. He sells a lot of albums and has a lot of respect. Drake ain’t taking down a damn thing! Drake’s delusional stans thought they could take down Kendrick too but how did that work out? Meek is the only career Drake could hurt because he wasn’t doing that well before anyway!

      1. Meek would have been ok if he actually had a decent response. But he’s not a good rapper so there’s that. It was an easy victory for Drake. A rap battle against Kendrick or Cole would not end well for Drake and he’s knows that. Lyrically and talent wise, he would lose.

        1. All of this. It was easy to make an example out of Meek. But trying that with a better rapper who has big fan base too? Nope.

  2. Kanye’s naive fans really believe the lies the Kardashian machine put out about Kanye’s fake mental illness. Kris Jenner even had no shame with it and threw his mom into it. So now they are trying to shame J Cole for a song he recorded before the publicity stunt. People are really defending a rapper who is most likely committing insurance fraud and getting mad at J Cole for calling a spade a spade. Kanye is not mentally ill. He’s just a egomaniac and douche bag.

  3. I don’t think he’s talking specifics, I think he’s talking about the entire rap game. I appreciate his music- he’s a real hip hop artist…. he has a real love for the art, sometimes you have to take the lead & call out those who have gotten too comfortable.

  4. I think he’s talking about Wale and Kanye for sure because those lyrics fit them to a T. I think the verse about ghostwriting applies to Drake as well as others.

  5. The fact that everyone always assumes someone is referring to Drake when ghostwriting comes up now makes you wonder if Meek really lost the war. I don’t think he did. Drake’s credibility will forever be questioned. And that does matter in Hip Hop.

  6. I’m so here for this. And people shouldn’t be crying about this because J Cole drags himself in his music all the time. He’s just real. We need that right now in a business full of fakes.

  7. You cannot be mad at the truth. And every lyric in his song was the truth and things people have complained about when it comes to every artists referenced. I’m glad J. Cole is back. I didn’t think he would release an album this year. Especially with a new wife and baby on the way.

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