American rapper J Cole has revealed how young he started smoking in a new interview.
The “No Role Modelz” star discussed the habit on Tuesday’s (March 21) episode of the “Lead by Example With Bob Myers” podcast, hosted by the president and general manager of the Golden State Warriors NBA.
“At the age of six, I smoked cigarettes regularly around the neighborhood,” said Cole, who grew up in North Carolina. Myers.
“I always ran around the older kids in the neighborhood [my older brother, Zach] They were hanging out and they were smoking. And I was young and brave and trying to be nice.”
So, it was like, ‘Oh, you all smoke. let me see that.’ And of course, we’re all out there [with] Young dads, long leashes. not this [my mom] I knew I was doing this, Cole continued.
The 38-year-old said he was caught when his older brother caught him smoking and ran home to tell his mother.
“She was like, ‘Say something,'” he recalled. “I was like, ‘What do you mean, say something? ‘ And when I said that, I leaned over, and I smelled cigarette smoke on my breath.”
Cole described the moment as “life-changing”.
“After that, I didn’t need much correction, I just became self-correcting,” he said. “It was the first time I realized, ‘Oh, my actions could hurt someone else.'” “
Elsewhere in the interview, Cole spoke about his history of being snubbed at the Grammys. The rapper has been nominated 20 times at awards but won only once, in 2020 for Best Rap Song for “A Lot” with 21 Savage.
“It was very important to me,” he said. “If I had won it earlier, I think it would have validated all those feelings I had for it. It probably felt like a tournament at that point, I’m not sure. The fact that it didn’t happen and then it didn’t and it didn’t, that allowed me to think.”
He added, “After more time sitting down with myself, it became clear that these things weren’t for you.” “Then, when it actually happened, it’s like I just didn’t like that thing anymore. Not to mention I won a Grammy with someone else. It was a feature on someone’s song. It’s not something I did.”
The Grammy Award for Best Rap of the Year went to Kendrick Lamar for Mr. Morale and Big Steppers. In 2016, Lamar to pimp a butterfly beat out what is considered Cole’s best album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
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