J. Cole and Diddy linked up and “proved” it’s all love between the two.
Last month, Cole released his sixth studio album,
. On the track, “
,” he spoke on a fight with
in 2013 at a VMA after-party. In the song, Cole raps,
“Kept a tough demeanor on the surface but was mostly just pretendin’/And luckily my bluff was workin’ way more often than not / But sometimes a ni*ga pulled my card, tryna expose me for a fraud/And with my reputation at stake, I was scufflin’ just to save face/Couple wins, couple losses/Some broken up too quick to call it/My last scrap was with Puff Daddy, who would’ve thought it?/I bought that ni*ga album in seventh grade and played it so much/You would’ve thought my favorite rapper was Puff/Back then I ain’t know shit, now I know too much.”
happened after a conflict erupted when Diddy allegedly confronted Kendrick over his “king of New York” comments on “Control.” According to a Complex source, when Puff allegedly tried to pour a drink on Kendrick, Cole stepped in, and the situation got
There’s no bad blood between the two. Diddy’s voice is on “Let Go My Hand,” a sign that the two were able to put their differences aside. They also linked up recently and hilariously reenacted their “fight.” Take a look: