J. Cole had the internet buzzing when he dropped bombs on his new track, False Prophets. Though he chose the subtle, clever route without dropping names, that did not stop Hip Hop heads from making their own conclusions about who Cole was actually talking about. The first verse was an obvious accountability bullet to Kanye West, while the second verse got a little blurry but many fans figured that he was referring to Wale.

 

I got a homie, he a rapper and he wanna win bad/He want the fame, the acclaim, the respect that’s been had/ By all the legends, so every time I see him, he stressin’/ Talkin’ ’bout, n*ggas don’t f*** with him, the shit is depressin’

~J Cole

 

The verse did not fall on deaf ears and Wale has returned with a response on his new track, “Groundhog Day.”On the record the DC spitta raps,

“I’m heavily flawed, but far from a false prophet,” starts Wale, later rapping, “I remember me and Cole would open for Hov / Everyday a star is born / I guess I died in the womb”~ Wale

If that was not enough to show that he was responding to Cole, he adds,

“I just heard a song about me on a hip hop blog / from a kid I know / some n*ggas say a hip hop God / it hit home, ’cause this some truth.”

“I love my brother though / that’s why it’s rest in piece to Tommy / we still bumpin’ Cole.” ~Wale

This is getting interesting. On another note, word is that Kanye West has checked himself out of the hospital. Perhaps we should all reach for our popcorn now because this is getting interesting.

 

Cole world!

 

What are your thoughts?

~Tay Jordan

 

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