J. Cole Spotted Relaxing at Beach Amid Drake and Kendrick Lamar Feud

After a video of Cole chilling at a beach circulated online, the 'No Role Modelz' rapper is showered with praise for choosing peace over rap beef with K.Dot.

AceShowbiz - J. Cole appeared to have enjoyed his leisure time after issuing a public apology to his nemesis. Amid a rap beef between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, the "No Role Modelz" rapper was spotted relaxing at a beach.

On Wednesday, May 8, a video that was originally uploaded by a fan on TikTok was reposted on Instagram. In the clip, it could be seen that the fan brushed shoulders with the 39-year-old hip-hop artist at a beach, which location was undisclosed.

The young female fan took the chance to ask Cole for a picture together during the rare run-in. The fan further included the photo of her with the spitter in the video. In the snap, he was pictured sitting down on the sand, seemingly enjoying the breath-taking view of the ocean.

Cole seemingly was listening to music as he was sporting a pair of silver headphones. He also placed a laptop in front of him. The rapper went with a casual ensemble, consisting of a short-sleeved black tee, a pair of matching shorts, white high socks and matching sneakers.

Over the short footage, the fan, who looked happy to be able to meet Cole, wrote, "Me: goes to the beach to clear my head. Me: casually meets J. Cole."

It did not take long for the post to be flooded with responses from Instagram users, including those who praised Cole. In the comments section, one in particular wrote, "Maturing is realising he won this whole rap beef." Another gushed, "I like how J.Cole decided to be the bigger person." A third simply penned, "J cole won." A fourth added, "When you just wanna be at peace and mind your business."

The video circulated online amid Drake's intensified feud with Kendrick. Cole himself was beefing with K.Dot after the latter dissed him on "Like That". In response, he dropped "7 Minute Drill", on which he threw shade at his rival, on April 4.

On April 7, Cole admitted that he regretted shading Kendrick on the track. He made peace by publicly declaring his love to K.Dot and vowed to remove the diss track from music streaming platforms. As of April 12, the song has been taken down from services such as Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal.

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