News: J. Cole Reveals His Fantasy Women, Names Prettiest Female Celebs [Audio]

Thursday, Feb 28, 2013 2:00PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Roc Nation rapper J. Cole stepped away from the music scene this week and discussed what women flooded his mind during his early schoolboy days.

According to Cole, his two main fantasy women were R&B singers Mariah Carey and Alicia Keys.

"Growing up, it was Mariah Carey," Cole revealed in an interview with radio host Jenny Boom Boom. "Definitely. I used to pray that Mariah Carey had a daughter my age, you know what I mean? [laughs] Um, Alicia Keys for a while, when she came out. I had mad little young crushes. [Prettiest girl] in the game? ... I'm looking at a picture of LaLa, she's very pretty. Rocsi from '106 & Park,' she's very pretty. ... Who else? Oh, Meagan Good. Meagan, good God. Rihanna's pretty. [Those rumors] actually helped my record sales a whole lot. [laughs]" ("Jenny Boom Boom")

In 2011, Cole revealed his childhood crush on late R&B singer Aaliyah.

"Aaliyah, man, it's such a [tragedy]," Cole said in an interview. "I had such a crush on Aaliyah. It was like a little boy crush but it was a true crush. Then when she died, I called my mentor because he was way older than me and I was like, 'Man, you think it would be corny? I want to make a beat.' I was always naming my beats, and this beat I wanna make for Aaliyah. Not a song, I just wanted to make a beat...I did a beat. I wish I could remember, like, I remember slightly what the beat sounded like. But that was my way to pay respect in my own little world, in my own room, just making a beat for her." (Soul Culture)

Last year, West Coast rapper Kendrick Lamar said he had a thing for singer Brandy growing up.

"My celebrity crushes as a kid? This is a trip because it's funny. When I was a kid -- I was like seven, I found this four-leaf clover and I had picked it and my wish was to meet Brandy for my birthday. The wish never came true though. [laughs] So I don't know if I believe in four-leaf clovers." (FUSE TV)

A couple years ago, Cole nixed speculation of having a fling with Rihanna.

"I just let 'em talk. They also say I've got a sex tape [with Rihanna] and they say I got dropped from Roc Nation," Cole said in an interview. "It's been a h*ll of a two weeks. They put a picture of one of my fans on the Internet and said it was my girlfriend -- I figured out, now that I'm on the other side [of the rumor mill], it's just so random. It doesn't start from no where, it's just like tabloids back in the day. People get paid, they making their money off of making up kind of outlandish stories. 'Jay-Z said he gon' beat J. Cole up when he sees him, said he better watch out.' And it's always a very reliable source -- That's a genius rumor [the sex tape with Rihanna], 'cause that's still sticking and it's two weeks later almost. It's an annoying compliment. The fact that they're even talking and I don't have no album out and I'm making the little gossip sites [is cool], but I stay getting texts from people saying, 'Oh man, you good? You all right? I heard you got dropped. Keep your head up, fam.'" (Sucker Free)

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