J. Cole’s Public Apology For Kendrick Lamar Diss Gets 50 Cent’s Reaction

The world of rap music has been buzzing with the news of J. Cole’s public apology for his diss track on Kendrick Lamar, and rapper 50 Cent has now weighed in on the situation as fans deduce he is unhappy with how Cole has played “his hand.” J. Cole’s latest mixtape, ‘Might Delete Later’, featured a closing track called ‘7 Minute Drill’, which fired shots at Kendrick Lamar in response to Lamar’s verse on ‘Like That’ from Future and Metro Boomin’s joint project ‘We Don’t Trust You’. Cole referred to Lamar, Drake and himself as the “big three” of modern rap music on his track ‘First Person Shooter’, and Kendrick Lamar responded with his verse on ‘Like That,’ dissing Drake and Cole in the process. Cole then hit back with ‘7 Minute Drill’. However, during his performance at the Dreamville Festival over the weekend, J. Cole publicly apologized for the diss track, calling it “the lamest sh*t I ever did in my f*cking life.” He expressed his regret and asked Kendrick Lamar for forgiveness, stating that he could take Lamar’s best shot and that he would “take that sh*t on the chin.” Kendrick Lamar has yet to respond to the situation.

50 Cent, who has been involved in many rap feuds, including his ongoing conflict with fellow New Yorker Ja Rule, which has lasted for over 20 years, shared a video of J. Cole’s apology on his Instagram account. In the caption, he expressed his surprise (and disappointment) at the apology and urged J. Cole to call him, using a telephone emoji to indicate his desire to speak with him. It’s worth noting that 50 Cent brought J. Cole out at the New York stop of his ‘The Final Lap’ tour last year, where Cole called 50 Cent’s debut album, ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin”, “the best album of all time” while on stage. This new development in the J. Cole-Kendrick Lamar feud will keep fans of rap music on the edge of their seats as they wait to see how it will play out.

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