J. Cole Raps About Tekashi 6ix9ine On 21 Savage's 'I Am > I Was' Album

The East Atlanta hitmaker is back with his latest LP.

(AllHipHop News) J. Cole is definitely in the conversation for "king of features" in 2018. The North Carolina emcee ended the year by dropping another guest verse on 21 Savage's new I Am > I Was album.

On the track "a lot," Cole ponders about Tekashi 6ix9ine's current legal situation that has the 22-year-old rapper facing decades in prison for racketeering-related charges. Cole's rhyme takes a different approach than Rick Ross' subliminal bars on Meek Mill's "What's Free."

"Pray for Tekashi, they want him to rot. I picture him inside a cell on a cot. Flectin' on how he made it to the top. Wondering if it was worth it or not," raps J. Cole.

I Am > I Was is 21's sophomore solo studio album. The collection also includes un-credited features from Post Malone, Offset, Childish Gambino, Schoolboy Q, Project Pat, Lil Baby, Gunna, Yung Miami, and other artists.

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between this dude and kodak i cant tell who is the worst rapper in the last decade smh