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Chief Keef Says Lil’ Durk Used To Be ‘Brick’



It was only a few weeks ago when fans witnessed their favorite 300 artists going back and forth with numerous subtweets.

Chief Keef was offended by remarks made by Coke Boy rapper Lil’ Durk discrediting his claim to O’ Block.

Lil’ Durk slammed Chief Keef for not giving back to the 300 Black Disciple neighborhood.

“U would of been got killed if it wasn’t for 300



“F--- a deal I’m out here u better off sub tweetin DA OPPS ‪#iknowdarealyou



“We’re u gone spend it at cus u can’t come around here wit it lol



“If u squad y u ain’t get tslick or drose !!!!! U gotta bigga deal right ‪#fufu



“It take for yo b---- a-- to beef wit me to finally do sum for yo block Durk been buyin guns dummy #,” he wrote.



But Sosa wasn’t going to sit idly by and take threats from the “Dis Ain’t What You Want” rapper.

Sosa discredited Durk’s affiliation to the Black Disciples, calling the Def Jam rapper a former “brick.”

“Cant Believe N----- Stuntin Fa Da Twit Dats Crazy Kno Damn Well I Kno U Jus like u kno me goof a-- Use To be Brick,” he wrote.



Keef let it known that he is forever O’Block.



“O Nem Raised me Better No Opps Allowed



“Aye man On O Grave I aint beefin I dont beef Wit people i dont kno Unless Its Physical



“IM NOTHING ELSE B---- I AM OBLOCK



“I GOT A SQUAD FULLA KILLAS,” he wrote.

Despite the social media bickering, the two are currently cooling off.

Durk later downplayed all notions of animosity between the two 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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