Lil Durk is a proud member of the 300 Black Disciples street gang. Despite his BD affiliation, Lil Durk is showing respect to all gangs in his forthcoming mixtape “Signed To The Streets 2.”
A short snippet of Lil Durk’s intro surfaced online where he shouts out the most notorious gangs in his hometown of Chicago.
“I f*ck with Gs, Bs, Moes, Kings, Snakes, Foes and the n****s underneath,” he raps.
The Black Gangster Disciple Nation was founded by Larry Hoover and David Barksdale in 1969.
Hoover and friends formed “The Supreme Gangsters” in the early 1960s.
David Barksdale was the leader of the rival Black Disciples gang. Barksdale suggested he and Hoover merge their gangs to form Gangster Disciples.
The Black Disciples later disbanded from the Gangster Disciples following a disagreement with the direction of the organization.
The Black P Stones, or “Moes,” is a Chicago street gang founded in 1958.
The Latin Kings are a predominant Hispanic gang founded in Chicago in the 1940s.
Durk’s intro is perhaps the boldest statement made by an artist on their neutral position with the Chi’s gangs since Bo Deal’s “I’ma Opp” single.
Lil Durk has worked with known affiliates of the Gangster Disciple street gang, including Hella Bandz rappers Lil Mouse and Top Shotta.
Lil Durk has family members that are known affiliates of the Gangster Disciple street gang, including his incarcerated father Dontay Banks.
Banks was sentenced to life in prison in 1994 for his role in distributing crack-c------ in South Side Chicago.
Lil Durk’s upcoming mixtape is slated to drop sometime in May.
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