An artist named J. Cole was the subject of a controversy when he was named after the rapper.
The controversy was sparked after an article was published on Billboard’s website titled “J.
Cole: The Artist Who Made the Black Album.”
The article went on to reveal that Cole had been working on a new album called “J-E-B-L-A.”
The article also stated that Cole’s music is about “an idea that is both deeply rooted in the past and a vision of the future.”
Cole was born in 1991 in Detroit and has been featured on the cover of the Black Panther Party magazine.
However, the name J.
Cole was chosen as his own by his family, who named him after the late rapper’s late father.
The name has become a cause celebre and it has led to numerous social media petitions to remove the name.
Cole himself recently tweeted that the controversy was nothing to do with him being named after J.D. Salinger.
“The name is the name that I’ve always wanted to wear and that’s my whole thing, that’s the reason I’m wearing the name,” Cole said.
Cole has previously been involved in a number of political issues, including the Civil Rights Movement.
He is also the recipient of the 2015 John F. Kennedy Humanitarian Award.