J. Cole's 2014 Forest Hills Drive home was vandalized over the weekend.
J. Cole had big plans for his childhood home after he repurchased it in 2014. The title of his third studio album was in reference to the childhood home that was once foreclosed while he was in college in New York City at the time. After purchasing it, he revealed plans to help out single mothers and their families with the home. Unfortunately, the home was vandalized over the weekend.
According to ABC11, J. Cole's childhood home was vandalized over the weekend and it doesn't seem like the person that did it is feeling some type of way about Cole. Although it was some spray paint on the house, it read, "J. Cole... Do you even care about the ville?" A picture surfaced on Twitter over the weekend. At this point, there hasn't been any suspects named or a motive behind the vandalism.
The photo was posted on Friday but since then, the graffiti was painted over. Cole's team didn't confirm when the vandalism occurred and local police said it wasn't a reported incident.
J. Cole spoke about what he planned to do with the house with Combat Jack in 2014. During the interview, he said, "So every two years, a new family will come in and live rent-free. The idea is that it's a single mother with multiple kids. I want her kids to feel how I felt when we got the house."