With the arrival of two new songs from J. Cole, followers have began to unpack the lyrics and assume he is addressing Lil Pump on “Lion King on Ice.” Launched alongside the “The Climb Again,” each tracks are taken from his subsequent report, The Fall Off. Observers of Cole’s tendency to deal with rappers in songs have circled round just a few specific strains on “Lion King on Ice,” believing he is talking on to the “Gucci Gang” artist.
“N***a dissed me/It was nonsense/I sat ’em down like his father/My n***a requested, ‘Why you trouble?’/We must always’ve caught him and mobbed him/I mentioned, ‘We gotta transfer smarter,'” Cole raps. “Do not wanna be the explanation for yet another unhappy tune/I attempted to warn n***as they would not final lengthy/I hope that you simply see how they got here they usually need/They photographs by no means hit however they made their makes an attempt/Could have a very good 12 months like their title on a blimp/However you understand what it take to be poppin’ this lengthy.”
The 2 beforehand had a comparatively one-sided back-and-forth in 2018 that led to Pump taking concern with the North Carolina native. They finally sat down for an interview on digital camera, successfully ending the meat. On the time of the interview, Cole successfully warned Pump to be careful for the perils of falling off or changing into a one hit surprise. Followers consider “Lion King on Ice” is Cole telling Pump he did not heed that warning.