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J. Cole Reportedly Leaves Rwanda Due to ‘Family Obligations’

completes his contractual obligations to the Basketball Africa League

J. Cole’s professional Basketball career in Rwanda has reportedly come to a halt after he completes his contractual obligations to the Basketball Africa League, sources tell ESPN’s, Marc J. Spears. The rapper has also left the East African country for “family obligations.”

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Cole has played three games for the Rwanda Patriots BBC, where he had five points, three assists, and five rebounds. The team won two out of the three games, landing at the second position in Group A.

Meanwhile, Cole’s latest album, The Off-Season, is currently at the top of after it sold 289K album-equivalent units in the first week of release. Cole is also celebrating becoming the first rapper ever to have six consecutive number one albums.

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