Lil Durk Refuses To Pull A Meek Mill/Tekashi 6ix9ine: “The Goal’s Not To Go To Jail”

Chicago rapper Lil Durk refuses to end up like fellow stars Meek Mill or Tekashi 6ix9ine clashing in public and putting their run-in on the Internet. LD went online to reveal the one thing he didn’t want to have end up happening to him.

Lil Durk Says He Won’t Go To Jail

Durk took to his Twitter to let it be known he was trying to avoid jail at all costs. LD dropped a message that he wouldn’t be caught doing anything tough online just to look hard and reaffirmed the reason for that is because he’s already about that life.

“The goal is not to go to jail so y’all will never see me do tuff sh*t on here to look street ….. I am the streets”

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Collab W/ Lil Durk + Kanye West?

The Windy City rapper and Grammy-winning producer Kanye West were spotted together in a photo that recently made the social media rounds, sparking speculation that a collaboration is coming. Kanye West has been a bit preoccupied lately with politics and family issues, but he’s still the first name that comes to mind for a lot of people when talking about Chicago hip-hop. Meanwhile, Lil Durk is the hottest name in the Chi-town rap game, with his latest album The Voice currently contending for a top spot on the Billboard charts.

@KanyeWest and @LilDurk in Atlanta a few months ago. (10.1.20)

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Lil Durk Pays Homage In New ‘Kanye Krazy’ Video

Durkio went all out for Yeezy fans around the world. The hip-hop star recently delivered a must-see new “Kanye Krazy” music video where he reenacts some of Kanye’s most unforgettable career moments.

Rappers love to name-check famous figures, but Lil Durk really commits to the bit on his latest. The Chicago rapper doesn’t have much to say about Kanye West on “Kanye Krazy” — he saves all his references for the music video, a trip through West’s most iconic moments. Durk takes on music videos from the artful “Runaway” to the silly “I Love It” to the horny “Bound 2”; he also references moments like West’s wild interview with Sway Calloway (“You ain’t got the answers, Sway,” Durk raps) and his infamous crash of Taylor Swift’s speech at the 2009 VMAs.

Lil Durk Is Owning The Charts In 2021

Lil Durk has eight songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this year, more than anyone else in the game. In addition to tracks from his new album — which was released on Christmas Eve 2020 followed by today’s deluxe version — Durk gets an assist from hip-hop icon Drake, charting with a guest spot on Drizzy’s “Laugh Now Cry Later.”

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