J. Cole's Childhood Home Vandalized

Vandals continue to target J. Cole's childhood home.

(AllHipHop News) The childhood home of North Carolina rapper J. Cole has been vandalized.

A Twitter user discovered the Lights Please star's house was sprayed with graffiti and brought the incident to his attention by posting a snap of the damage on Twitter.

The vandal appeared to take issue with Cole seemingly abandoning the Fayetteville neighborhood where he grew up, tagging the building with the words, "J. Cole...Do you even care about the ville."

After sharing the image online, the Twitter fan queried, "do you bro? @JColeNC."

The MC has yet to respond, but he has always paid tribute to his roots, even naming his 2014 album, Forest Hills Drive, after his family's former address.

He also reportedly bought back the home in 2014 with plans to turn the pad into a cheap rental property for a struggling family to give them a chance to get back on their feet.

Last month, city officials revealed have spent thousands of dollars replacing Forest Hills Drive signs on the street because thieves keep stealing them.

So far, the crooks have stolen 54 signs.