Fans On Social Media Blast J. Cole With New Nicknames
The New York Post picked up on Twitter posts this week in which a lot of users were poking fun at J. Cole , albeit, in a light-hearted way. The outlet claims there are a lot of people who are eagerly waiting for the 2020 election results, many of which are probably just bored and messing around with their favorite celebrities.
According to the Post, " J Cole is freezing: J Cold," was one popular tweet from a fan who went on to receive over 3,000 likes. Another person joked, "J Cole took my wallet: J Stole."
Other users referred to Cole as "coke" and bowl," in reference to marijuana and cocaine. While this is a relatively harmless reason for J. Cole's name to be in the headlines, the rapper was again the subject of social media users for his purported connection to Lil' Pump.
Earlier this week, Lil' Pump appeared at a Trump campaign rally in Michigan where he stood upon the stage alongside the president of the United States. The president asked Lil' Pump to make a brief statement and he did, thanking the politician and urging American citizens not to vote for Joe Biden.
How this relates to J. Cole, is that the rapper reportedly dropped a single approximately two years ago in which he supposedly gave life and career advice to up and coming rappers. Many people believe the single was about Lil' Pump specifically.
Fast forward to today, and social media users caught wind of Lil' Pump's support for the president and began asking what J. Cole thought of the predicament. The rapper never responded, but Lil' Pump did suffer a loss of 300,000 followers approximately on his Instagram account.
In case you missed it, Lil' Pump first came out as a Trump supporter approximately one week ago. He said on his account that if Joe Biden won the 2020 election, he was going to move out of the country.
It was right around the same time as Lil' Wayne's appearence alongside the president while at a photo-op, as well as 50 Cent's comments on the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris tax hike on individuals earning more than $400,000 per year.