Glory Boyz Entertainment member Lil’ Durk is sparking controversy after the release his latest single “This Ain’t What You Want.”
The Chicago emcee may have taken a shot at notorious street gang Bricksquad Gangster Disciples and slain member Lil’ JoJo.
The lyrics, in question, take aim at the BDK movement, an acronym for Black Disciple Killer, popularized by Lil’ JoJo.
“A n---- claiming 300 add a k you done,” Lil’ Durk raps.
Lil’ JoJo made the highly infamous track “3HunnaK.” Lil’ JoJo, born Joseph Coleman, takes aim at the Black Disciple street gang, namely members Lil’ Reese and Lil’ Durk.
“These n----- claim 300, but we BDK!” he raps in the song’s hook.
“Durk said f--- Bricksquad, so I can’t wait to catch. Squeeze this f------ 40 now they got him on a stretcher,” he later raps in the song.
Watch Lil JoJo’s “3HunnaK” Below:
It was alleged that this song led to the tragic death of the “You Can Have It All” rapper.
Chicago artist and Bricksquad affiliate Killa Kellz also dropped his “300k” record as an ode to close friend Lil JoJo.
“N----- hit JoJo and Ima hit back,” he raps.
Watch Killa Kellz’ “300k” video below:
Lil’ JoJo was shot several times on Sept. 4, 2012 as he was riding on the back pegs of his friend’s bike. He died a short while later.
Lil’ Durk took to Twitter to slam the BDK movement and promote his new song.
“F*ck who Eva say 300k lol y’all broke ni**as want have a chance to see 300k$$$ #disaintwhatyouwant drop 2ma rt
In that same tweet, up-and-coming Chicago artist and Bricksquad affiliate P. Rico responds by saying “I BLEW DAT ALREADY GOOFY F--- 300 B---- I AM BRICKSQUAD!!!!!!! #DIE LZ.”
Lil Durk repeats the controversial line again from new single in tweet.
“Ni**as claim 300 add a k u done #disaintwhatyouwant dropping 2ma world premier wit @DJTIMBUCK2 at #5pm,” Durk wrote.
Durk also took to Instagram to promote the single.
“New single prod by @parisbeuller s/o @defjamrecords #disaintwhatyouwant,” the caption on the photo read.
Listen to Lil Durk’s “Dis Ain’t What You Want” Song Below:
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