Chief Keef & Lil Durk Turn Beef Up
Lil Durk beefing with Chief Keef?
Yes, it’s officially rap beef now.
The two Chicago Hip Hop stars that both rep Black Disciple and the ’300′ section seem to have a problem.
Just over the last day, the two have fired shots at each other via twitter, no love for the….¿same side?
“What happen to OTF ? U aint rockin with it ?” retweeted Chief Keef July 23rd.
This was the apparent first sign of the beef.
Everything seemed cool for a second.
It was believed perhaps coolers heads would prevail but that’s not the case.
Lil Durk apparently just did not have time to make it clear the new rap beef from his own Chicago gangland brethren, was on.
Lil Durk retweeted Chief Keef’s message before giving his own reply shots, July 25th.
He answered in multiple tweets.
“Dats like prayin on DA weak lol we got DA city #OTF300″
“@lildurk_ OBlock,” a retweet of message from Oblock JMoney.
OTFLandlord (@INKY_chiefwuk) also got retweeted, “@ChiefKeef a b*tch shorty #TURNUP #OTF.”
Durk does not want a GBE vs OTF war though. He clarified his beef is strictly with Chief Keef for some reason.
“S/o @LilReese300 and @FredoSantana300 for bein 100 and not #fufu #Squaaaaaad,” tweeted Durk before representing the block, “#OTF 300.”
With their God-given leadership roles, a true blessing considering many of their friends may never see outside Chicago, the two will make it clear shortly if they care for their ‘brothers.’
Lil Durk and Chief Keef have the opportunity now to either help create a way for possibly 100s of people in Chicago, after trickle-down effect, or throw it all away for themselves and others in a moment of self-concerned vanity.
Things will be made it clear in coming weeks if they care or not about those people in O.T.F. and G.B.E., behind the mask of the White-man-controlled, street taught, oppression created ignorance.
Either these crew leaders can help generate revenue for all those struggling or destroy it by letting this Chicago based business opportunity of theirs slide.
See the original tweets above.
More on this beef as it comes.
Keep in mind just a year ago the rapper Lil JoJo, one of his friends, and Chief Keef’s step-brother were killed by Black Disciples believed to have a problem with Chief Keef and Lil Reese.
Is this ugly stench of murder about to wreak on the crew once again?
It appears something has happened to create a serious polar push between Lil Durk and the GBE boss.
G.B.E. artists Lil Reese and Fredo Santana just did a fresh rap track with Durk, “Wassup” which they are all promoting.
On June 5th Lil Durk was popped by one -time with a loaded .40-caliber handgun in Chicago, Illinois:
Chicago rappers stay getting arrested. Chief Keef affiliate Lil Durk was arrested yesterday (June 5) with a .40-caliber handgun in the Englewood section of violence plagued city.
Not a good look or a convicted felon.
DNAInfo Chicago reports: The 20-year-old rapper, whose real name is Durk D. Banks, was picked up about 3 a.m. in the 7200 block of South Green Street, police said.
Lil Durk was standing near a car when police pulled up to investigate a call of a man with a gun.
As police arrived, Lil Durk was spotted tossing a gun into the car, the source said.
Police recovered the gun — a loaded .40-caliber weapon — and arrested the rapper without incident, the source said.
Lil Durk, who has a suburban Melrose Park address, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon and is expected in bond court Thursday.
It is his second offense, police said. According to reports, Durk was hit with gun charges back in 2011, eventually pleading guilty to aggravated unauthorized use of a weapon.
Authorities believe he is a member of the Black Disciples gang, like Chief Keef.
In late May, Durk signed to French Montana's Coke Boys imprint via Def Jam Records.
Back in April, Chi-town rapper Lil Reese was arrested in Champaign, Ill.
As for Sosa, he was arrested for a speeding in Chicago last week, and was popped for disorderly conduct in Atlanta a week prior to that.
Jail time makes releasing new music a bit difficult.