FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Fayetteville native and rapper J. Cole's childhood home was vandalized over the weekend.
- Spray-painted words "J. Cole do you even care about the Ville" found on the home
- Home featured on his 2014 album cover
- Cole has not commented on the issue
A photo surfaced over the weekend of the home with the words "J. Cole do you even care about the Ville" spray painted on it.
The home was featured on the cover of Cole's third album "2014 Forest Hills Drive" back in 2014.
J. Cole, whose real name is Jermaine Cole, told an internet radio show that he planned to turn the home into a rent-free house for single mothers and their families.
He was born into a military family, and it was his goal to make the house a home for any family staying there.
"He's obligated to do what he wants to do with his money. He made it. I understand people got to support the Ville, but understand you have to support that man. I've seen him do a lot for the Ville. I don't know what these other people are talking about," said fan Derrick Curry.
The rapper has not commented on the issue.