Lil Pump is not feeling J. Cole’s 1985 (Intro To The Fall Off) track on his latest album KOD!! On the song J. Cole seemingly takes a shot at new age rappers while giving them advice on how to stay successful. A few of the lyrics hit a little close to home for rapper Lil Pump (who has dissed J. Cole in the past). Lil Pump decided to jump on social media and play the age card. He said “Wow, you get so much props…you dissed a 17 year old”. Peep his video below:
Here’s a little more backstory via Bossip:
Cole raps on the song, “I heard one of ’em diss me, I’m suprised/I ain’t tripping, listen good to my reply/Come here lil’ man, let me talk with ya/See if I can paint for you the large picture/Congrats ’cause you made it out your mama’s house/I hope you make enough to buy your mom a house”
Last year, right around the time Pump and his good friend “Smokepurpp” played a diss track directed at J. Cole. Although he never released the whole thing, but there’s a good chance Cole heard about it, hence the popular theory that Pump is the rapper Cole refers to on “1985.”
What do you think of J. Cole’s “1985” song?