Roc Nation’s J. Cole doesn’t want to ignite or at least put more fuel into his rumored feud with rap rookie Lil Pump. The North Carolina native put a swift end to the growing tensions during a weekend concert.

Footage has emerged of Cole telling concertgoers to fall back on dissing Pump and rap newcomer Tekashi 6ix9ine during his JMBLYA music festival performance before going into his edgy “1985” anthem.

THIS is why @JColeNC will always have my R E S P E C T ?? ? pic.twitter.com/S7juW0BPzx

— M A U R E E N R E N E E? (@maureenreneee) May 6, 2018


— M A U R E E N R E N E E? (@maureenreneee) May 6, 2018

In late April, radio veteran Funk Flex taunted Lil Pump by celebrating Cole’s KOD first-week sales.

#BarsStillMatter !!!!! Meanwhile @lilpump out here mumbling!!!!!!

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A few weeks ago, J addressed speculation about who he directed his “1985” subliminal lyrics toward.

“It’s really a ‘shoe fits’ situation — several people can wear that shoe,” Cole says cryptically. “Why you yelling at your show? You must feel attacked in some kind of way, must feel offended, and if you feel offended, then that means something rings true, something struck a chord. That’s cool with me. That’s all I ever want to do. … If you exclude the top three rappers in the game, the most popping rappers all are exaggerated versions of black stereotypes. Extremely tatted up. Colorful hair. Flamboyant. Brand names. It’s caricatures, and still the dominant representation of black people, on the most popular entertainment format for black people, period.” (Vulture)

? @lilpump responds to the @realcoleworld disses on 1985. Low-key right or naaaaaah? pic.twitter.com/c2TiIvg3cf

— RealStreetRadio (@sohh) April 20, 2018

Last year, Lil Pump fired a direct shot at Cole by previewing an alleged diss song.

Both artists have tweeted negative things about Cole in the past, but Pump took it to the next level by previewing a J. Cole diss track in April 2017. It featured bars like “F*ck J. Cole,” “You is a b*tch a** n*gga,” and “You is an ugly a** n*gga,” although he never released it in full. (Genius)

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