An old photo surfaced online showing Lil Durk and Billionaire Black being at least on neutral terms prior to their sets’ ongoing beef.
Lil Durk and Billionaire have since been at odds since this photo was taken. The two have directed verbal shots at each other in music.
Durk upped the ante on his beef against the FBG camp in the Lil Reese-assisted song “Competition,” which appears on the OTF rapper’s “Signed From The Streets” mixtape.
Durk raps, “Bricksquad K, I tweet the s---/Labels call, don’t leak the s---/Loyal money got the s---/I catch a opp, I beat the s---/Catch Lil Jay, I heat his face/My n---- will meet with them/Lil Duck, he can’t duck this clip/Wugga World K cause they f*ck with them.”
Billionaire Black boasted flows of his own weeks later with the assistance of FBG Duck on “Expose,” a GBE and OTF diss track.
Billionaire appears to have directed a shot at either Lil Reese or Durk as he raps, “No lackin in the field, keep the steel/Smoking dope to the face, I would deal/See a lot of you rappers ain’t real/Def Jam hear this, you gon lose your deal.”
This photo above could be referred to as the Chiraq version of the iconic Tupac and Biggie photo. Pac and Big were once friends before their beef flared off.
Lil Durk coincidently compared himself to Tupac days ago.
“I feel like PAC,” he wrote on Twitter.
The verbal threats between the two has since settled down with Durk and Black focusing their attention on music. Durk is currently prepping his sequel to “Signed To The Streets” and an “OTF” album.
Bilionaire Black recently dropped his latest mixtape “Clout God.”