Gay DJ Goes Too Far With J. Cole


Gay DJ Goes Too Far With J. Cole

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - J. Cole was doing a post performance interiew backstage at a Summer Jam concert for radio station KMEL in San Francisco, California.

One of the DJ's is an openly gay man who A$AP Rocky checked in April with the priceless words  "Quit Calling Me An Advocate For Gays, Man!”

Slowly but surely the interview took a sharp turn left and then skidded completely off the road!

The DJ got away with asking a lot of suspect questions (4:27) and comments (5:27) but when he asked J. Cole "how long his schlong was' (6:20) that send the rapper running for the border!

Some people may call J. Cole homophobic after this incident but the interviewer got away with quite a few "pause" worthy moments.

Many other men would have tapped that jaw at the first innuendo so J. Cole deserves credit for enduring the embarrassing exchanges for as long as he did.

Maybe he thought J. Cole was down with the Cash Money kissers?

Source:  Bossip

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Jermaine Lamarr Cole (born January 28, 1985), better known by his stage name J. Cole, is a German-born American hip-hop recording artist and record producer from Fayetteville, North Carolina. In 2009, he became the first artist to sign to Jay-Z's Roc Nation label. His debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story was released on September 27, 2011. The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, Top R&B Albums and Top Rap Albums chart, selling more than 218,000 in its first week. He received a nomination for Best New Artist at the 54th Grammy Awards.

J. Cole played for the Eastern Team in the 2012 NBA All-Star Weekend Celebrity Game. On February 24, 2012 J. Cole reached two million followers on Twitter, he celebrated by releasing the song "Grew up Fast." On March 1, 2012, J. Cole returned to his home town, Fayetteville North Carolina. To celebrate his return he released the song "Visionz of Home" and launched an event titled "Dreamville weekend" to inspire the youth of his hometown to achieve great things. J. Cole performed for the first time in Africa during the Big Brother Africa 7 opening ceremony on 6 May 2012, alongside Camp Mulla, P-Square, Naeto C, Flavour, Davido and Aemo E'Face.

On November 5, Cole revealed the title of his sophomore album, and an album teaser for it, Born Sinner and the release date of January 28, 2013, via ustream. The first single from Born Sinneris entitled "Miss America" and was released on November 13. Cole said in an interview that "Miss America" is meant to shift music in a different direction and he knows it won't be a big radio hit. He went on to elaborate, saying, "To me, 'Miss America' shifts things a little bit, it changes the conversation it takes it in a more aggressive direction, more raw, more social commentary... Any type of commentary is good compared to what a normal single is these days. That's my aim, is to shift culture slightly, change the conversation. Nobody expects that for your first single."He also plans to release a short film along with the album.

On December 31, 2012, Cole Revealed that Born Sinner would not be released on January 28, as previously expected. Cole said that he, " needed a little more time than that to get things done." On February 14, 2013, he released the artwork for the first single via Instagram. The song 'Power Trip' was released on February 14, 2013, features a second collaboration with Miguel. The release date is June 18, 2013, as announced by J. Cole. His reason was to compete with Kanye West's album "Yeezus".

In an article in Rolling Stone on May 2, 2013, Cole denied any rumors of a possible rift in his relationship with Roc Nation mentor, Jay-Z. .In the same article he wants fans to know and hear that he self-produced a significant amount of the material for the upcoming Born Sinner release

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