Chalarmagne Tha God thinks J. Cole should address Kendrick Lamar’s diss, not Drake


Chalarmagne says Cole is obligated to respond to K Dot

weighs in on 's attack on and on and 's “Like That,” a track lifted from their , We Don't Trust You.

Per Chalarmagne, Cole is the one in a position to repel Kendrick's lyrical assault. “That's right, [I'm ready for this],” Charlamagne said during a recent broadcast on The Breakfast Club. “That's right, 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.”

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Old clip of J. Cole commending Metro Boomin reappears following Kendrick Lamar’s diss