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Roommates looks like it’s all “Love” between Diddy and J. Cole according to his latest Instagram post. It looks like the men buried the ax and allowed the beef to cool.
If you remember, after a hiatus, Cole finally released his new album “The Off Season” last month. Cole had time and spoke about his alleged showdown with Diddy following the incident at the Video Music Awards (VMA) party in 2013. In the song “Let.Go.My.Hand”. he read: “A couple of wins, a couple of losses, some parted too quickly to be called. My last note was with Puff Daddy. Who would have thought? I bought this nigga album in seventh grade and played so much of it. You would have thought that my favorite rapper was Puff. Then I didn’t know shit, now I know too much. “
Everyone has their own idea of what happened between the men, but in a recent episode of the Sayless Kazlow podcast, Cole’s manager Ibrahim “IB” Hamad doubled down on a tweet he made last year, denying rumors that Diddy & Cole’s problem was due to controversy over Kendrick Lamar’s verses in Big Sean’s Control.
If you remember, Kendrick came for all of his poetry. “But this is hip-hop and these niggas should know what time it is. And that goes for Jermaine Cole, Big KRIT, Wale, Pusha T, Meek Millz, A $ AP Rocky, Drake, Big Sean, Jay Electron ‘, Tyler, Mac Miller. ” He ended the verse by stating, spitting, “I love you all, but I’m trying to kill you niggas.”
In an episode, IB said, “It definitely didn’t feel like he was protecting Kendrick or anything. It wasn’t like “Don’t say that to Kendrick!” “
Anyway, no matter what, it’s nice to see two men come together!