These days, people are QUICK to cancel someone!
That’s exactly what almost happened to J.Cole and Kendrick Lamar earlier this week. Cole did a surprise drop, “Snow On Tha Bluff” and it had mixed reactions from Twitter. The feedback was so critical, Cole felt the need to address the situation.
Somehow, K. Dot got caught in the mix. People online pointed out that conscious rappers like J. Cole and Kendrick rap about black issues but aren’t active in speaking out about it, especially in the light of the murder of George Floyd.
Fans were very emotional toward Cole and Kendrick. Some fans demanded Kendrick drop something and the President of Top Dawg Entertainment, Kendrick’s label, responded to a fan and said that Kendrick’s work isn’t appreciated.
Thoughts? This is what some people online had to say….
Nah. Niggas don’t appreciate it. https://t.co/5iXpszRPt7
— Punch TDE (@iamstillpunch) June 17, 2020
My GOAT would never cause a gender war #justsaying Happy birthday @kendricklamar pic.twitter.com/B0aZloUzTK
— Ayodele 🇸🇱 (@AfricanBackpker) June 18, 2020
She said this tho. While Cole was on the frontlines. Why she worried bout a tweeting when he and even Kendrick ate actually out there? She allowed to say whatever without responsibility or reaction from who she talking bout? https://t.co/JFYWsGe2DK pic.twitter.com/dhmBFSgUWs
— Ne’er (@rapsryangosling) June 18, 2020
Take a listen to “Snow On Tha Bluff.”