J. Cole has been a heavy topic of conversation since releasing his Billboard 200 No 1. album The Off-Season and making his Basketball Africa League (BAL) debut.
ESPN he believes Cole playing in the league is disrespectful, suggesting he robbed a spot from someone who was more deserving. I think theres a negative and a positive , Stoglin said. The negative part of it is: I think he took someones job that deserves it. I live in a basketball world. I dont live in a fan world. I know a lot of guys that had their careers stopped by COVID and theyre still home working out and training for an opportunity like this. But Rick Ross begs to differ. Never one to hold his tongue, the Maybach Music Group boss shared an Instagram video on Tuesday (May 25) and scolded Stoglin for the comment. In no way is this meant to be disrespectful but first and foremost, should no Black mans dreams be censored nor limited, he said. And comin from a brother, I think you would understand what building these types of relationships would do for the business, for the eyes on the industry, you know what Im sayin? Rick Ross speaks on people talking about J Cole going pro in Rwanda