Credit J. Cole for having the Internet going nuts, word to Paul Wall. A couple days ago, the Dreamville rapper dropped his new track "False Prophets," which seems to contain subliminal bars directed at Kanye West and Wale. A second track titled "Everybody Dies" has many people thinking Lil Yachty might also be the subject of some bars form the North Carolina MC.

On the speculated lyrics, Cole raps, "Bunch of words and ain't sayin' shit, I hate these rappers/Especially the amateur eight week rappers/Lil' whatever, just another short bus rapper/Fake drug dealers turn tour bus trappers/Napoleon complex, you this tall rappers/Get exposed standin' next to 6'4" rappers."

Lil Boat was interviewed by Power 106 on Friday (Dec. 2) and asked his thoughts on Jermaine's new release. "It was cool," he responded. "I don't listen to J. Cole. I definitely listened to it. It definitely flooded my shit. It was everywhere."

When asked if he thought Cole was referring to him with the "lil" line, he responded, "I listened to it. He said 'little.' I'm not little. I mean my name has little in it's a lot of little rappers."

He finally conceded that Cole was probably either talking about him or fellow XXL Freshman Lil Uzi Vert. But at the end of the day, diss or no diss, it's no sweat off his brow. "Honestly I don't give a fuck," he added.

Wale gives AF. He's responded to Cole's lines with a track of his own.

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