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Last night (June 16), J. Cole surprised fans with a new record titled, “Snow On Tha Bluff.

While many thought it was just another conscious record following the death of George Floyd and him recently being spotted at a Black Lives Matter protest in Fayetteville, things changed once J. Cole started addressing the tweets of a woman from social media, 48 seconds in.

“It’s something about the queen tone that’s botherin’ me,” said Cole on the record before coming at her.

Fans quickly identified that the woman Cole was addressing was Chicago rapper, Noname, after she tweeted and deleted the following post below:

After receiving much criticism over the record on Twitter, J. Cole replied with the following series of tweets Wednesday morning:

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Based on what I’ve gathered, Cole is saying that he never said he was conscientious; we gave him that title. He doesn’t read much, he just thinks a lot and wants Noname to school him on topics he may seem ignorant in. However, that’s not her job.

The record found many women on social media labeling J. Cole a misogynist.

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