J. Cole Regrets His Kendrick Lamar Diss & Calls It ‘the Lamest S–t’ Throughout Dreamville Fest: Watch


J. Cole is throwing up the white flag in his feud with Kendrick Lamar. Cole expressed remorse for dissing Ok. Dot on “7 Minute Drill” off April 5’s shock mission May Delete Later throughout his headlining set at his Dreamville Fest on Sunday evening (April 7).

Forward of performing “Love Yourz,” Cole apologized for sending pictures about Lamar’s discography that he didn’t imply, and referred to the diss as a number of the “lamest s–t” he’s executed in his whole life.

Going after Kendrick didn’t sit nicely together with his spirit, and he stated the 2 days between the observe’s arrival and him performing had been “horrible.”

“I’m so pleased with [Might Delete Later], apart from one half. It’s one a part of that s–t that makes me really feel like, man that’s the lamest s–t I did in my f–king life, proper? And I do know this isn’t what lots of people need to hear,” he started.

“I used to be conflicted as a result of, one, I do know my coronary heart and I understand how I really feel about my friends, these two n—as that I simply been blessed to even stand beside on this sport, not to mention chase they greatness. So I felt conflicted ’trigger I’m like, bruh I don’t even really feel no method. However the world wanna see blood. I don’t know if y’all can really feel that, however the world wanna see blood.”

J. Cole then gave Lamar his props and requested the group what they considered Kendrick as an MC, which drew a loud ovation. He additionally stated that even when the Compton legend responds with pictures at him, the Dreamville boss will take it “on the chin” and preserve it transferring.

“That s–t don’t sit proper with my spirit,” he added. “That s–t disrupts my f–king peace. So what I need to say proper right here tonight is within the midst of me doing that and in that s–t, looking for just a little angle and downplay this n—-a’s fucking catalog and his greatness, I need to say proper now tonight, how many individuals assume Kendrick Lamar is without doubt one of the biggest motherf–kers to ever contact a f–king microphone? Dreamville, y’all love Kendrick Lamar, appropriate? As do I.”

The North Carolina rapper continued: “I simply need to come up right here and publicly be like, bruh, that was the lamest, goofiest s–t. I say all that to say it made me really feel like 10 years in the past once I was transferring incorrectly. And I pray that god will line me again up on my objective and on my path, I pray that my n—a very didn’t really feel no method and if he did, my n—a, I bought my chin out. Take your greatest shot, I’ma take that s–t on the chin boy, do what you do. All good. It’s love.”

“And I pray that y’all are like, forgive a n—a for the misstep and I can get again to my true path. As a result of I ain’t gonna deceive y’all. The previous two days felt horrible. It let me understand how good I’ve been sleeping for the previous 10 years.”

Cole additionally relayed that he desires to have “7 Minute Drill” taken off streaming providers altogether.

In March, Kendrick Lamar nuked the rap sport together with his scintillating verse on Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That,” which noticed him take purpose at his “Large Three” working mates Drake and J. Cole on the Billboard Sizzling 100 No. 1 hit.

“Like That” was seen as a response to Drake and Cole’s “First Individual Shooter,” by which Jermaine puffed his chest out and referred to himself as Muhammad Ali.

Two weeks after “Like That” lit the fuse, Cole returned fireplace together with his May Delete Later mission nearer that noticed him take purpose at Ok. Dot’s discography by calling 2022’s Mr. Morale & The Large Steppers “tragic” and claiming that the Grammy-winning To Pimp a Butterfly had listeners snoozing.

“He nonetheless doin’ reveals, however fell off just like the Simpsons/ Your first s–t was traditional, your final s–t was tragic/ Your second s–t put n—as to sleep, however they gassed it/ Your third s–t was large and that was your prime/ I used to be trailing proper behind and I simply now hit mine/ Now I’m entrance of the road with a cushty lead/ How ironic, quickly as I bought it, now he need somethin’ with me,” he spews.

Watch J. Cole’s full Dreamville Fest message beneath.

J.Cole speaks on his response to Kendrick and says it hasn’t felt good or proper together with his spirit, calling his personal response “corny” and telling Kendrick to return his greatest shot if he feels a method pic.twitter.com/jan2jctfk9

— Glock Topickz (@Glock_Topickz) April 8, 2024


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