Meet Me At The Altar: Did J. Cole Propose To His College Sweetheart?

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December 15, 2013 ‐ By Drenna Armstrong
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Word on the street is that rapper J. Cole, 28, has proposed to his longtime girlfriend. According to MTV.com:

“Has J. Cole really put a ring on it? The Roc Nation rapper has addressed his longtime relationship with college sweetheart Melissa Heholt in previous interviews, never revealing too many personal details, but this week reports are claiming that Cole might’ve made it official with his girl.”

At this point, there are only rumors swirling but as Cole hasn’t confirmed the new himself, MTV is hoping to receive a comment from his reps.

This isn’t the first time engagement rumors have surfaced. A couple of years ago, it was reported that they were engaged but Cole immediately shot that down.  His silence over the last couple of days about it makes one think it might be true.

Cole and Heholt both attended St. John’s University in New York. While he’s always admitted to being in a relationship, he’s also been very vocal about his infidelity since becoming famous, even on his most recent album. Hopefully, he’s decided to curb his enthusiasm for other women if he’s thinking about taking things to another level with his girlfriend.

If this is true, congratulations to them!

 

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  • Shawndrea Rachelle

    I think I missed the cute part. It clearly says he’s been “very vocal about his infidelity,” I don’t get it

    • Laine

      Right? I wouldn’t be too happy for my friend/ familymember who was going to marry a guy that had cheated on her repeatedly!

      • ijwmdp

        It appears the new trend is to get someone to “put a ring on it” and to just have the title of a wife. Fidelity isn’t a prerequisite any more for many women, sad but true.

        • CheckYaBishAndPopYaCollar

          Very true. A lot of women literally center their lives around being married. Whether or not the marriage is a happy one is irrelevant. They think that if you’re not married then something is wrong.

  • MarriedMomOf2

    Aww, congrats to him and the lucky lady, I adore J. Cole as a rapper tho.

  • Marie Bano

    Congrats to them, get an education and then find a good man to marry.

  • IsaidIT

    Good. We need more wives and less baby mamas.

    • Guest

      And the down vote is from 1 unhappy baby mama.

    • kyrapfanatic .

      most yall going to be baby mamas though

      • Guest

        And I bet you have plenty of them, so STFU and stop being stereotypical and predicting what’s gonna happen in a life of a black woman.

        • kyrapfanatic .

          keep holding on to that 25% chance