50 Cent Challenges J. Cole to Call Him After Diss Retraction

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    50 Cent Calls for J. Cole to Contact Him After Dreamville Fest Apology

    After J. Cole issued a public apology to Kendrick Lamar for his diss track “7 Minute Drill” at Dreamville Fest, 50 Cent took to Twitter to express his surprise and desire to speak with the rapper. The apology came after Cole performed at the festival and called the diss “the lamest shit I did in my fuckin’ life.”

    In a tweet, 50 Cent wrote, “WTF how I miss this, @JColeNC call my phone right now!” This tweet came after Cole publicly apologized to Lamar on stage, calling him “one of the greatest motherfuckers to ever touch a microphone.”

    Cole went on to admit that the diss didn’t sit right with his spirit and instructed his manager to delete the song from streaming services. The diss track was part of a surprise mixtape titled “Might Delete Later,” where Cole rapped about Lamar’s career and evoked some of JAY-Z’s bars to Nas.

    Fans were surprised by Cole’s quick turnaround from dissing Lamar to publicly apologizing and retracting the song. The incident has sparked conversations about beef in the rap industry and the importance of owning up to mistakes.

    It remains to be seen if J. Cole will reach out to 50 Cent as requested, but the public apology to Kendrick Lamar has certainly caught the attention of the hip-hop community.