Drake Allegedly Opted Out of Watching J. Cole Apologize to Kendrick Lamar at Dreamville Festival
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According to Mandii B, the 'Hotline Bling' hitmaker 'left' the music festival '30 minutes' before the 'No Role Modelz' rapper went onstage and issued an apology to K.Dot.

AceShowbiz - Drake appeared to have been close enough to witness J. Cole issued an apology to Kendrick Lamar. The "Hotline Bling" hitmaker allegedly was at Dreamville Festival before the "No Role Modelz" rapper publicly apologized to the former's nemesis.

According to Mandii B, the Canadian hip-hop artist headed out of the music event shortly before Cole hit the stage and made peace with Kendrick. When making an appearance on the "Need to Know" podcast, Mandii said, "Drake was there at Dreamville. Drake was supposed to go onstage."

"Cole didn't wanna make this, which is his thing, about the beef. And I'm sure they want to perform 'First Person Shooter' all those things," she continued. She was then asked if "Drake canceled his performance." In response, she stated, "Drake left 30 minutes before Cole went onstage."

A short clip from the podcast was later shared via Instagram, prompting social media users to unveil their knowledge on the matter. In the comments section of the post, one in particular claimed, "This is cap. Got friends that worked the festival. Not trynna take drakes side cause yikes but that's cap lol."

Similarly, another suggested, "CAP... This irrelevant people don't know s**t. I got PROOF that Drake was in TORONTO. HMU if you want to see the proof they lying." On the other hand, a third said, "This is a fact. I've got a set list from the show and First Person Shooter is marked out on the set list. Lol." In the meantime, a fourth assumed, "Cole definitely had insight or spoke to Kendrick and knew what was about to happen."

Cole issued an apology to Kendrick for his diss on "7 Minute Drill", which was a response to the latter's "Like That", on April 7. At the time, he also 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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