Lil’ Durk and Chief Keef may have called off their truce.
It appears the “Dis Ain’t What You Want” rapper sub tweeted Sosa.
“Everybody scream bikelife but be on 4wheelers I’m dirt bike crazy watch me.
Lil’ Durk’s tweet comes following Keef’s tweet about his $10,000 four-wheeler purchase.
The purchase was seen as a jab toward Durk who was jailed after his arrest on a weapons charge in early June.
Durk’s bond amount was set at $100,000. He needed 10 percent of the bond amount, $10,000 to be exact, for release.
Lil’ Durk’s associate, OTF Landlord @IINKY_chiefwuk, attacked Chief Keef for his refusal to put up the bond money required for the Coke Boy’s release.
“Niggas kno who was puttin up all that bond money for folks nem to get out that jam on bd [email protected]_
“Ion respect no nigga that leave they homies n jail
“If any of r niggas got a bond we goin to get em on bd,” he wrote.
IINKY commented that money changed Keef, writing, “MONEY DONT CHANGE REAL NIGGAS ON BD ME N BRO [email protected]_ still n these streets we ain’t duckn shit on lil moe.”
“NEVA switch UP on yo niggas that’s bad for yo Heath #OTF300,” he added.
Chief Keef wrote an indiscrete message via Twitter to let know Durk know what he did with his bond money.
“Jus Bought A 2013 4 wheeler Fa 10thousand,” Keef wrote.
“Price My 4wheeler it’s A 203 Yfz450 Special Edition
Finna Hit The Racetrack Up #RaceThese4Wheelaz
Keef posted a photo of himself on his new four-wheeler to his Instagram account, again placing emphasis on the cost.
Durk’s tweet comes only a few weeks after he denied sneak dissing Chief Keef during an interview with “Sway In The Morning,”
“It was just a little bit of words,” Durk said. “It ain’t nothing major, though.”
Durk revealed he and Keef had a talk following their social media fallout.
“We had a little few words… we cooling right now,” he said. “I respected that. We respect each other. We got love for each other. You know how Twitter is. Twitter gon take everything the wrong way.
Durk commented that social media wanted to see a beef, but the two aren’t going to feed into it.
“Twitter crazy cuz by being two of the biggest artists in Chicago, they gon want to see us beef,” he said. “But that ain’t gon happen, though. When I seen it in the Hip Hop Weekly, I’m like they tying their best.
“A few words ain’t nothing,” he said.
Watch Lil’ Durk’s “Sway In The Morning” interview below
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