- J Cole is known worldwide for being very private about his family and personal life
- The US rapper has finally opened about about fatherhood in a letter he wrote for The Players Tribune
- The musician also reflects on his accomplishments and his rap career in the 3500-word letter
J Cole has finally opened up about being a father of two sons and his personal life. The US rapper spoke about fatherhood in a letter he recently released for The Players Tribune.
In the 3500-word letter, the superstar also reflects on his accomplishments and his career. In the letter titled The Audacity, Cole speaks openly for the first time about his two kids.
"Four years have passed in that time I’ve been blessed with two sons."
He looked back at what has happened in his life since 2016. He further wrote that he has learned "the delicate art of balance between parenthood and career".
The ATM hitmaker confirmed in one of his songs that his wife Melisaa Heholt had welcomed his first child and also wrote in another song that he was expecting a second child.
Cole reveals many things in the letter including that he is thinking of retirement.
The star is expected to release his much-anticipated album titled The Fall Off. Billboard reports that the musician has revealed that the first two songs off the project will be dropping on Wednesday night, 22 July.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that US rapper Birdman has announced that he is ready to retire from rapping.
The Cash Money Records CEO revealed this during an interview with Lil Wayne on the Young Money Radio season finale on Friday, 17 July. Birdman, born Bryan Williams, said he plans to release one last farewell project before he exits the game.
The 51-year-old star expressed interest in the possibility of doing a sequel to him and Wayne's acclaimed 2006 collaborative effort titled Like Father, Like Son.
"I’m done rapping. Rapping ain't for me no more. I'm done with that. I like to make rappers. That’s what I do. I want [Like Father, Like Son 2] to be my farewell thing. I want to go out how I came in. Talking real rap."
Wayne did not hesitate and was quick to voice his approval to his mentor and friend's request. Weezy also promised to send Birdman some songs so he can add his verses to them.
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