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Need Another Reason To Celebrate J. Cole's Birthday? Check Out The Gift He's Giving Women

2014 Forest Hills Drive will soon be a safe haven for single mothers.

Fans of J. Cole know that he wrote his earliest raps in his childhood home, a place that had a profound impact on his life. The address, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, became the name of the rapper’s third album, and Cole even returned to North Carolina to buy the property last year.

If you thought he was going to buy the home (which his mom lost to foreclosure when he was younger) to turn it into something worthy of "MTV Cribs,” you’re in for a touching surprise. He might have bought the house, but he’s not moving back to that now-famous address. Cole recently talked about his plans to turn the home into a rent-free safe haven for single mothers.

On the latest episode of the "Combat Jack" show, J. Cole explained that he’s still working out the details:

“What we gon’ do, we still working it out right now. Obviously it’s a detailed, fragile situation I don’t wanna play with. My goal is to have that be a haven for families.”

But he does know that he wants the women who stay at his home to live there for free:

“So every two years a new family will come in, they live rent-free. The idea is that it’s a single mother with multiple kids, and she’s coming from a place where all her kids is sharing a room. She might have two, three kids, they’re sharing a room. She gets to come here rent-free. I want her kids to feel how I felt when we got to the house.”

From chart-topping album title to safe haven for single mothers, it's pretty clear that 2014 Forest Hills Drive will have an amazing legacy.