J. Cole delivered two new songs last night as promised, "The Climb Back" and "Lion King On Ice," ahead of his forthcoming album The Fall Off.
There's a lot of people who think that Cole dissed Lil Pump on "Lion King On Ice," and they may have a point.
Cole and the Florida's rapper's history goes back to Lil Pump having people scream "F*ck J. Cole" at shows a while back. Pump then released a song against the North Carolina rapper with that same title.
Cole responded to him on the 2018 song "1985." But they seemed to squash things and interviewed each other a couple of years ago.
That brings us to the lyrics in "Lion King On Ice."
"N***a dissed me / It was nonsense / I sat 'em down like his father / My n*gga asked, 'Why you bother?'/ We shoulda caught him and mobbed him / I said, 'We gotta move smarter / Don't want be the reason for one more sad song / I tried to warn n*ggas they wouldn't last long / I hope that you see how they came and they went / They shots never hit but they made their attempts / May have a good year like their name on a blimp / But you know what it take to be poppin' this long," Cole spit.
Do you think these lyrics are for Pump?