Hip Hop Weekly caught up with Lil Durk for his thoughts on the growing beef with Tyga and Game.
Durk revealed during his interview that Game received monetary compensation for his guest feature in “Chiraq To LA.”
“Some of the n****s from L.A. called me and told me Tyga had paid Game…that’s what I heard,” he said.
Durk admitted he is longer putting his focus on Tyga. He now has a vendetta against Game.
“I ain’t even thinking bout no Tyga. I’m on Game a--,” he said. “…I’ma push it on him.”
Lil Durk won’t be issuing a response track to Game & Tyga any time soon, according to XXL Magazine.
“Nah, we ain’t gon’ release no track,” Durk’s management told XXL. “Everybody that Game mentioned that he say he know in Chicago is releasing a track. G Count already released a track. Bump J is finna get on the phone from the federal penitentiary to say he don’t know Game.”
Lil Durk’s may not be issuing a follow up response to Tyga and Game’s “Chiraq To LA” diss, but that doesn’t mean the OTF rapper is going let matters slide that easy.
Lil Durk had a few choice words for Game via social media.
“Y’all got more money but I got the streets I’m streets y’all industry.
“I’m on the game a-- and the b***h a-- chiraq rappers dats wit em,” he wrote.
Game learned of Durk’s comments and issued a response of his own.
“I hear ya loud & clear Lil Jurk,” Game wrote.
The beef between Durk and Tyga erupted after the OTF Coke Boy’s verse on Meek Mill’s “Chiraq” remix.
Lil Durk took aim at the “Rack City” rapper, rapping, “Heard Tyga sneak dissing on me, telling thot b*****s I’m not right/Tyga only got one name, but that n***a only got one stripe/He backpack, so it’s easy to get the n***a s**t snatched/Ask Mally Mal to get his s**t back/It’s Chiraq don’t come her. You ain’t from here, don’t come here.”
Tyga then tapped Game to double team Durk in his response track.
Durk took to Twitter to issue a response to the diss.
“He needed that help his a-- was finished lol,
“Chiraq I love city we turn up!!!!!!!
“Wtf tyga was talking bout lol he let game get all the song so tyga can feel tuff,
“I’m on n****s a-- no let up talk dat street s**t I’m wit all da bulls**t,” Durk wrote.
Los Angeles rapper The Menace had a few choice words for rival Game in response to the diss.
“This n***a take on everybody beef .. But his,” the “Put On My N****s” rapper wrote.
Durk messaged Menace, writing, “@ComptonMenace I’m on his a-- squad.”
Lil Durk’s response track is looking to be very damaging. Bump J is very well plugged on Chi Town’s Hip Hop scene and the streets as well.
His music helped lay the groundwork for putting Chicago music on the map.
Lil Durk previously paid homage to the incarcerated rapper via social media.
“Free bump dey cant hold a real n---- 4eva,” he wrote.
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