J. Cole and Diddy re-enact infamous VMAs after-party altercation


Cole confirms long-running controversy over recent track ‘Let Go My Hand’

J. Cole and Diddy re-enact their infamous 2013 VMAs after-party in a new social media video.

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Diddy took to Instagram on Wednesday (June 9) to share a video of her and Cole making fun of each other on a balcony.

The pair began by posing for a photo together, when Cole positioned himself in a fighting stance to catch Diddy off guard. While both were looking down at each other, both of them started laughing about the incident with their fists.

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You can see the post below:

The clip comes after Cole confirmed the long-running controversy that took place at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards after party over the new track ‘Let’s Go My Hand’, which featured bass and 6LACK. Were.

Taken from his new album ‘The Off-Season’ – his first LP since 2018’s ‘Code’ – Cole Raps: “Kept a strict demeanor on the surface but was mostly just pretend/Luckily my hoax was working more often.

But sometimes a s*** pulled my card, the attempt exposed me for cheating / And my reputation was at stake / I just want to save face / Couples win, doubles lose, some to call it broke too soon.

Cole then says: “The last scrap Puff Daddy had, who would have thought?

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I bought that n*** an album in seventh grade and play it so much / You might have thought my favorite rapper was Puff / Back then I don’t know shit, now I know a lot

Diddy later ends ‘Let’s Go My Hand’ with a prayer, suggesting that he and Cole had buried a hat-trick at the incident.

Rumors from the time of the incident claimed that the brawl occurred because Cole was defending Kendrick Lamar. Cole’s manager and Dreamville Records co-founder Ibrahim “IB” Hamad debunked these theories on a recent episode. speak less podcast.

“It certainly wasn’t like he was defending Kendrick or something,” he said. “It wasn’t like, ‘Don’t talk to Kendrick like that!’ Kendrick was there, Top was there, [Jay-Z] There it was, Beyoncé was there. Me and Cole. You know, the older men got a little hot. All I remember is me and [JAY-Z] Looking at each other like, ‘Oh, these n*** as in ’bout to fight’. And then it’s going to be like, ‘Oh no, this’. I’ll leave it there.”

He continued: “You wanna know the funny part? It was the VMAs party, everyone was there. Angela Yee was literally on the table. I fuck with Yee, but she got it rumor report And bullshit. Coming out of there, I’m like, ‘Oh this about be bad.’ But for some reason nobody had a camera, some people were talking about it, but you know.”

Meanwhile, last week, J.J. Cole shared a video for his new track ‘Punchin’ the Clock’ – you can watch it here.

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