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It appears rapper Wale has a few thoughts about J. Cole‘s controversial single “False Prophets” though there doesn’t seem to be any bad blood between the two rappers.

The internet speculated that the second verse of False Prophets was about the D.C. rapper because of this verse:

“I got a homie, he a rapper and he wanna win bad/He want the fame, the acclaim, the respect that’s been had/ By all the legends, so every time I see him, he stressin’/ Talkin’ ’bout, n*ggas don’t fuck with him, the shit is depressin”

In a song titled Groundhog Day, Wale responded to the reference.

“I’m heavily flawed, but far from a false prophet,” starts Wale, later rapping, “I remember me and Cole would open for Hov / Everyday a star is born / I guess I died in the womb.”

Apparently, neither rapper took the exchange of words to heart. Hours after dropping their respective tracks, Wale tweeted a video of himself and Cole at a basketball game. The video shows both rappers in good spirits, shrugging off any possible rumors of beef between them. In a hilarious moment, Cole, who remains purposely out of touch with social media, asks whether or not Wale is videotaping a Snapchat.

It’s good to see their friendship has remained in tact. Listen to Wale’s “Groundhog Day” below:

SOURCE: Twitter, Soundcloud | IMAGE CREDIT: Getty

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