Lil Durk Mocks P. Rico’s Ad-Libs, Disses Lil JoJo & Aiki

Lil Durk was found joking with members of his OTF crew on the social media video application “Hang w/.”

Footage surfaced of Durk dissing slain Bricksquad 6775 members Lil JoJo and Aiki Muhammad.

“Squad s--- man…f--- the opps. GDK, f--- JoJo,” Durk says.

“Durk goes on to mock P. Rico’s signature ad-libs, saying, “JoJoooo, Aikiiii! That m----------- say ‘JoJooo, Aikiii!’”

Aiki Muhammad, 17, hailed from the Bricksquad 069 neighborhood in Englewood, South Side Chicago. Muhammad was shot and wounded July 16, 2011 during a house party.

Muhammad died from his injuries five days later in the hospital.

Friends formed “Aikiville” in Muhammad’s honor following his death.

Lil JoJo’s death gained mainstream media attention after he was gunned down in a drive-by shooting Sept. 4, 2012. He was 18.

Durk is no stranger to taking subtle jabs at Lil JoJo.

The Coke Boy rapper wrote a subliminal tweet mocking the “Have It All” rapper’s tragic death.

“Banshee is da best bikes

“Mite still be alive if he had a banshee lol!!!!!!!!!!!!” Lil’ Durk wrote.

Lil’ JoJo was riding on the back pegs of a friend’s bike when he was murdered.

P. Rico, a close friend of Lil’ JoJo, 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.

This isn’t the first time Durk was accused of mocking Lil’ JoJo’s murder.

It was presumed Durk took a shot at JoJo in “This Ain’t What You Want” single due to questionable lyrics.

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,” which took 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.

Lil’ Durk took to Twitter in April 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, P. Rico blasted Durk, 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.

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