King Louie is not feeding into the alleged beef between two of Chicago’s rising MCs.
Chief Keef and Lil’ Durk sent social media into a frenzy after words were exchanged between the two via Twitter.
The “Shattered” rapper said he “heard” about the ongoing feud, but is not getting into it.
“That has nothing to do with me,” he said. “I see it, I don’t support it or really care none about it. It don’t really got s--- to do with me.”
King Louie likened the situation to “seeing a preview for a whack a-- movie.”
“You don’t look into it,” he explained. “You be like, ‘I saw that preview, I heard about that.’ But you don’t go to see the movie. I don’t feed into that s---.”
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Lil’ Durk set Twitter ablaze after slamming Chief Keef for failing to provide him the bond money required for his release.
Durk and OTF associate, @IINKY_chiefwuk, went on a social media tirade Friday disparaging Chief Keef and his label Glory Boyz Entertainment with the latter OTF member being more vocal.
“N----- kno who was puttin up all that bond money for folks nem to get out that jam on bd @lildurk_
“Ion respect no n---- that leave they homies n jail
“If any of r n----- got a bond we goin to get em on bd,” @IINKY_chiefwuk wrote.
IINKY commented that money changed Keef, writing, “MONEY DONT CHANGE REAL N----- ON BD ME N BRO @lildurk_ still n these streets we ain’t duckn s--- on lil moe.”
“NEVA switch UP on yo n----- that’s bad for yo Heath #OTF300,” he added.
Lil’ Durk spent more than four weeks in jail and is rumored to have engaged in several physical altercations with rival gang members, according Bricksquad 069 rapper P. Rico.
“N----- CLAIMING 300 BT I HEARD LIL DURK B---- A-- JUST GOT BEAT DA F--- UP N JAIL N DROSE WANT EVEN C-- OUT HIS CELL #HUH,” The “Gladiators” rapper wrote.
IINKY belittled Chief Keef, calling the “Hate Being Sober” a “b----.”
“@ChiefKeef u a b---- shorty #TURNUP #OTF,” he wrote. The message was retweeted by Lil’ Durk.
Lil’ Durk attacked Chief Keef for staying in the suburbs and leaving the O’ Block neighborhood, writing, “Im on 64th and normal tweetin not in DA woods tweetin #glosquad.”
“F--- gbe b----,” he added.
Chief Keef moved to a Chicago suburb just before the release of his solo debut album “Finally Rich” in December.
But the Def Jam rapper doesn’t hold any ill-will towards GBE members Lil’ Durk and Lil’ Reese.
“S/o @LilReese300 and @FREDOSANTANA300 for bein 100 and not #fufu #Squaaaaaad,” he wrote.
Lil’ Durk also disregarded notion of a beef 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.
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