Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

J. Cole Admits "False Prophets" Is Partially About Kanye West

J. Cole Admits

Cole cleared the air this morning (May 16), when he released his highly anticipated interview with Angie Martinez.

The interview has been hyped for a couple of days on social media and why not - t's not often that J. Cole does interviews. The chat took place at Salaam Remi's house.

A tidbit that will be sure to attract the ears of Cole fans is his reaction to the Kanye tweet seen across the world. "This time he sampled the wrong sh*t", he continued. Cole's KOD they believed the last record on the project "1985 (Intro to "The Fall Off")" hinted that a new project called The Fall Off is on the way.

This post is being updated. I told him that. I actually fuck with they music. "Really, I don't know you". "He's an artist. He's fire though.What do you mean he's me?"

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Plus, Cole talked to Martinez about his 2016 song "False Prophets" where he criticized West, and he said the song wasn't entirely about him. "It's just that when I'm working on my album, it's just like, 'Yo, that's just how I operate.'" He went on to talk about how Prince and Michael Jackson never worked on an album together, but clarified that he wasn't comparing himself to Prince. Cole did disclose there was a session years ago and it was a bounce of ideas between the two.

"With social media, I was off it so long that I thought I had beat this addiction." he explained. He said West apologized for the tweet, and the "False Prophets" singer told him, "It felt like you just used my name in that very quick conversation for, for social media and for like to keep your thing going". "He got a career I got a career, I got a family he got a family, it's like... it would have been easier back then".

Rapper J. Cole performs onstage during the 2015 Budweiser Made in America Festival at Benjamin Franklin Parkway on September 6, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He remained hesitant about discussing every detail of his conversation with West.

The K.O.D. emcee added that Yeezy did apologize, though, as Cole expressed that he felt the GOOD Music leader used his name and their brief conversation exclusively for social media and to "keep [his] thing going, whatever [he was] doing", Cole said.

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