J. Cole Prays For 6ix9ine On 21 Savage's Album Amid Racketeering Case
It's only been a few hours since 21 Savage dropped his new studio album, I Am > I Was, and fans are already raving about it. 21's single with J. Cole, in particular, has been garnering a slew of reactions. On the track, which is entitled "A Lot," Cole sent prayers to Tekashi 6ix9ine who is currently facing prison time in connection to his racketeering case.
The introductory song begins with 21 venting about his life issues. Cole then chimes in with a message for Tekashi.
"Pray for Tekashi, they want him to rot / I picture him inside a cell on a cot, ’Flectin' on how he made it to the top/Wondering if it was worth it or not," Cole spits.
As previously reported, 6ix9ine is currently in jail awaiting trial for his racketeering and weapons case, which is slated to begin in Sept. 2019. He's facing life in prison if he is convicted.
In other news, 21 Savage's I Am > I Was also features guest appearances from Childish Gambino, Offset, Schoolboy Q, and more. The album is currently streaming on all music platforms.
Listen to J. Cole and 21 Savage's single "A Lot."