J. Cole deleted 11 years worth of tweets
History has shown when Cole is about to release an album, he’ll “scrub” his social media to make room for the album’s promotion. We’ve been hearing about The Fall Off for the past year, but Cole has yet to give us any dates. The project was apparently delayed because of the pandemic but with Cole deleting all of his tweets made after 2009, some people think that the time is finally coming.
According to fans, they noticed the deleted tweets a few weeks ago. Also, under the tweets & replies tab, his newer posts still appear. Back in July, the Dreamville Records founder released two new singles for his alleged new album, “The Climb Back” and “Lion King On Ice”, and then he disappeared. Does this mean Cole is about to drop a new album?
J. Cole cleared everything on his timeline since 2009.
The Fall Off is approaching… 👀 pic.twitter.com/aqZlaniCEi
— J. Cole Daily (@ColeDailyHH) October 21, 2020
J. Cole no stranger to “Twitter drama”
“I haven’t done a lot of reading and I don’t feel well equipped as a leader in these times. But I do a lot of thinking,” the North Carolina rapper says on Twitter in response to backlash from his song “Snow On The Bluff”.
In June, J. Cole dropped a new single “Snow On The Bluff”. The track talked about racism and police brutality across the world, but those topics were overshadowed by the verses centered around an unnamed woman. Many assumed the unnamed woman was the Chicago rapper and poet Noname, based on the tracks’ description of the woman’s tweets.
Cole took to Twitter to say, “I love and honor her [NoName] as a leader in these times. She has done and is doing the reading and the listening and the learning on the path that she truly believes is the correct one for our people. Meanwhile a nigga like me just be rapping.”
A few days after Cole dropped the track, rapper Noname dropped “Song 33,” a direct response to J. Cole for coming at her sideways with his new release. While she never mentions J. Cole by name, she directs a few lines of the verse at the rapper.