Lil Durk has been building buzz around his debut Def Jam mixtape “Signed To The Streets” for the past year. Durk officially dropped the project Oct. 10 to favorable reviews.
But the mixtape wasn’t without its share of controversy. The OTF rapper sparked much furor throughout social media for a certain track that takes aim at rival gang factions in his hometown of Chicago.
In the newly released track “Competition,” Durk goes on attack mode in disparaging Bricksquad 6775, Wugga World and Fly Boy Gang Rappers Lil Jay and Duck.
Durk referred to this track as a message to the “Opps,” according to an Instagram post.
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.”
K means killer and is often used by opposing factions for rivals.
Durk raised eyebrows after tweeting that particular line a few days ago.
“Bricksquad k I tweet da s--- label say don’t leak da s---,” he wrote.
Lil Jay soon learned of the song and messaged Durk.
“@lildurk_ IM REALLY AT YO HEAD NOW CREEP
“@lildurk_ good lookin
Durk’s beef with Bricksquad and FBG has been longstanding. Durk and rival rappers frequently traded shots via social media.
But it was one crucial decision by Lil Durk to put the beef on wax that started the domino effect and essentially ignited a war between both factions.
In Lil Durk’s hit song “L’s Anthem anthem,” he raps, “Bricksquad, I say f--- ‘em/Wuga World wit ‘em, so f--- ‘em.”
This was one of the sole reasons that prompted Lil JoJo to record the viral hit song “BDK (3HunnaK).”
Lil JoJo responded to Durk’s “L’s Anthem” diss, rapping, “Durk said f*ck Bricksquad, so I can’t wait to catch him/Squeeze this f------ 40, now they got him on the stretcher.”
Lil JoJo was later murdered Sept. 4, 2012 as he was riding on the back pegs of a friend’s bike in the Englewood neighborhood on 69th street.
Lil Durk added more fuel to the fire in “Dis Ain’t What You Want,” the lead single to his “Signed To The Streets” project.
“A n---- claiming 300 add a k you done,” Lil Durk raps.
This particular line set social media on fire with many speculating Durk was referring to JoJo.
Durk promoted this line most when pubbing the new single on Twitter.
“Ni**as claim 300 add a k u done #disaintwhatyouwant dropping 2ma world premier wit @DJTIMBUCK2 at #5pm,” Durk wrote.
Another tweet written by Durk is more telling as he writes, “F*ck who Eva say 300k lol y’all broke ni**as want have a chance to see 300k$$$ #disaintwhatyouwant drop 2ma rt”
Durk’s message prompted a response from rising Chicago artist and Bricksquad affiliate P. Rico, who wrote, “I BLEW DAT ALREADY GOOFY F--- 300 B---- I AM BRICKSQUAD!!!!!!! #DIE LZ.”
Durk directed another subliminal shot at Lil JoJo seemingly mocking the “Have It All” rapper’s death in another message.
“Banshee is da best bikes
“Mite still be alive if he had a banshee lol!!!!!!!!!!!!” Lil’ Durk wrote.
P. Rico again caught wind of the tweet and slammed the Def Jam artist.
“N----- HAPPY DEY LEARNED A NEW WORD BANDSHEE, N---- YHU A B---- ON GRANDMA STICK TA SINGING H--- A-- RAPPER!!!!!!!!!!! #P----,” The “Hang Wit Me” rapper wrote.
The Fly Boy Gang camp, a rap group hailing from St. Lawrence and 63rd Street, immersed themselves into the conflict by disrespecting slain members of the 300 and 600 Black Disciples.
FBG rappers Duck and Lil Jay were the most vocal sending out a series of tweets mocking the death of Jerome “J Money” Wood:
FBG rappers Billionaire Black and Richie Jerk recorded a diss track taking aim at 300 and 600 block. Duck can be heard in the music video’s conclusion, saying, “F*ck J-Money.”
Jerome Wood died after suffering a gunshot wound to the head on Labor Day in the West Woodlawn neighborhood. He was 21.
Lil Durk was distraught over news of the murder.
“Rip @jmoney064_obloc s--- aint gone be da same nomo #OTFCRAZY
“Rip jmoney we just lost a savage who put tears in n----- family eye you aint never forgotten #oblock300 f--- da bricks
“Rip bro @oblock_jmunna s/o @fat_gleesh,” he wrote on Twitter and Instagram.
Wood made a cameo appearance in Lil’ Reese’s “Wassup” official music video.
Another one of Durk’s close associates was murdered a few weeks later.
L’A Capone, whose birth name is Leonard Anderson, was an up and coming artist who hailed from Chicago’s 600 block in the Englewood neighborhood. The “Play For Keeps” was shot and killed Thursday, Sept. 27 as he was leaving a recording studio.
Lil Jay also mocked Capone’s death in a series of tweets:
“LA WAS A GUD BOI
“I REMEMBER ME @OTG_BRICK @RipJaJa_JoJo @FybButta @FBG_DUCK BEAT LIL LA A-- ON THE BUSS ON 35 COMING FROM DUNBAR ON TOOKA
“RIP SHEROID, LA ND JMONEY
“STEVE MY NIIGAZ WE INVENTED THAT SMOKEN ON THAT DOPEY DOPE THATS THAT #LAPACK
Durk attacked Lil Jay by mocking the “Take You Out Your Glory” rapper’s appearance on an episode of National Geographic’s “Drugs, Inc.”
Durk took a screenshot of the show’s production credits and labeled the FBG rapper a “snitch.”
“Lol wtf Chicago police department fufu a-- n----- be dry snitchin but dey out here,” the caption on his Instagram post read.
Lil Jay responded to the post, writing, “@lildurk_ LMAO U GNE C HOW MUCH WE OUT HERE WN YO CLOWN A-- DIE LIKE JMONEY #STL63 #BDK IM OUT HERE RIGHT NOW #BDK #TURNUP
Lil Jay claims to have confronted and chased Durk. But Durk denies a meeting ever took place.
Lil Durk wrote he is moving forward with his career and will no longer entertain rivals.
“I’m not retweetin y’all or mentioning y’all nomo ima kill you with success #rns,” he wrote.
Lil Durk Disses Bricksquad & Fly Boy Gang Rappers Lil Jay & Duck In ‘Competition’
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