Charlamagne Tha God Says J. Cole Needs to Respond To Kendrick Lamar's Diss: "Cole's The One That Really Needs to Jump Out"

Charlamagne Tha God Urges J. Cole to Respond to Kendrick Lamar's "Like That" Diss

Kendrick Lamar's "LIKE THAT" Verse Sparks Hip-Hop Showdown: Drake, Cole, and Future React
Kendrick Lamar's explosive verse on "LIKE THAT," featured on Future and Metro Boomin's collaborative album "WE DON'T TRUST YOU", has ignited a firestorm in the world of hip-hop in 2024. In his lyrics, Lamar takes direct shots at fellow rap heavyweights Drake and J. Cole, challenging their status as part of hip-hop's "Big Three" of the 2010s. With sharp references and intricate wordplay, Lamar asserts his dominance and calls on Drake and Cole to step up their game.

The response to Lamar's verse has been intense, with many eagerly awaiting a reaction from Drake and Cole. This anticipation was succinctly captured by Charlamagne Tha God during a recent episode of The Breakfast Club. 

Charlamagne emphasized that it's time for Cole, not Drake, to make a move, highlighting Kendrick's longstanding call for competition since his notorious "Control" verse. Charlamagne's remarks also included a playful jab at Big Sean, suggesting that he should wait before entering the fray.

Cole and Drake, they can't take the high road. Kendrick's been asking for smoke for years, since 'Control.' No, Cole's the one that really needs to jump out, [not Drake]. 'Cause you said you was Muhammad Ali and you got an album coming out. You the one that really need to say something. Not right now, [Big] Sean.

- Charlamagne Tha God

Charlamagne Tha God Calls for J. Cole's Response to Kendrick Lamar's "Like That" Diss:

Interestingly, Charlamagne's commentary sparked a debate among the Breakfast Club hosts about the hierarchy of hip-hop's elite. While acknowledging Drake and Cole's status, Charlamagne argued that Kendrick and Future deserve top billing. DJ Nyla Symone chimed in, expressing her eagerness for a swift response and suggesting that Cole could take a more diplomatic approach. However, Charlamagne disagreed, insisting that it's Drake who needs to address the situation, especially considering the recent social media drama involving Drake, Future, and Metro Boomin.

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The discussion also delved into Big Sean's position within the hip-hop landscape, with varying opinions on his lyrical prowess and consistency. Despite the banter, the hosts ultimately emphasized the excitement surrounding the potential rap feud and the anticipation for the next move from Drake, Cole, and perhaps even Big Sean.

As the hip-hop community awaits further developments, one thing is clear: Kendrick Lamar's "LIKE THAT" verse has sparked a resurgence of competitive spirit in the rap game, setting the stage for an exhilarating showdown among some of the genre's biggest names.

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