J. Cole & Lil Pump Interview Each Other


J. Cole indirectly played the big brother role in his beef with Lil pump when he stopped his fans from chanting "fuck Lil Pump" during his set at JMBLYA Fest early this month. Since then, the two seem to have moved on from their feud.


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The Fayetteville rapper and Pump recently had an interview like chat at Cole's The Sheltuh studio in North Carolina, where they discussed how they got into rap, growing up with single moms, the "fuck J. Cole" movement, Pump getting kicked out of school in the seventh grade, Chief Keef, drugs, 1985 and more.



Speaking on how they settled their differences, Cole said, "We ended up speaking on the phone. Somebody called my phone and you was there with me," he recalls. "I aint gonna lie, I thought you was trying to set me up or some shit. I was like, 'Yo, he's 17 and a massive troll.' I think you wanted to faceTime right?... Cause my album had just dropped like a week before that, so I thought if I FaceTimed you, I thought you'd just screenshot that shit and go right to Twitter and keep running with it. " 

Cole goes on to explain why he felt the interview was the best way to handle their business.“I felt like this or something like this was the best way to do something,” he says. “It’s really a divide right now, like a cultural divide. There’s a new wave of kids who love this type of shit. They young, they predominately white and they love this style of music. Then you got people who love this type of music, of Hip Hop."

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The KOD rapper said the new generation of rappers had him worried about the future of hip hop but now he realizes they just created something different. "All I was doing was being afraid that the thing I fell in love with was no longer relevant or respected. In that moment, it brought fear. Now in time, I realized like, ‘Nah that’s not true.’ This shit is just taking another course. It’s just another branch in the tree," Cole says. " These kids are starting something new. They doing they own thing. They doing what they want to do and having fun with what they want to do. Hip Hop was started like that. ”

Pump says a lot his music is based on real life experiences and things he's done before. "I slowed down off that bullshit. It’s all just a waste, bro. You see people dying off that shit.” 
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