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Is This Why J. Cole Hasn't Deleted His Kendrick Lamar diss Yet?

By HHL JT
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J. Cole didn't just apologize to Kendrick Lamar for dissing him on "7 Minute Drill."

He also said he would take the track off his Might Delete Later tape.

However, the track is still available on all streaming services.

This may be because the project's first-week projections have been downgraded from 140-160K to 138K.

At the lower number, Cole is at some risk of losing the top spot on the album chart to the second week of Beyonce's Cowboy Carter album.

Do you think fewer people are streaming Cole because they are disgusted at how he rolled over for Kendrick? 

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