Lil Durk is holding firm to his anti-violence stance despite the sudden tragic murder of his manager OTF Chino. Chino, born Uchenna Agina, was fatally shot while sitting in his vehicle in the early hours of Friday, March 27.
“Put the guns down #Chicago,” Durk wrote on Twitter.
Durk also took to IG to express he was still supporting Joakim Noah’s “Rock Your Drop” campaign.
“Rocking my drop chain for chino and the rest we lost yall family in my prayers we staying strong still the king of Chicago album still drop may12th single o the radio streets can’t me I’m still on my Lildurk sh-t #BON
Durk and Chino met with Noah just hours before the tragedy occurred.
Lil Durk posted a vlog announcing his support for the Joakim Noah Foundation’s “Rock Your Drop” campaign.
“It’s your boy Lil Durk live from Chicago,” he said. “When you ‘Rock Your Drop,’ just know your neighborhood safe. Stop the violence movement. Salute my fans, salute my followers.”
Durk has long been an advocate of nonviolence.
In summer 2014, Durk called for others to chase money and an education rather than shoot in a message posted to social media.
“Even doe we live and roc in the streets of Chicago stop the violence put the guns down I don’t promo violence I just rap fax,” he wrote on Twitter.
Durk also posted an image of a “Stop The Violence” mural to his IG account with a caption, reading, “Don’t blame me for rappin the truth and telling my story about my city #stv.”
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Lil Durk Sticking With Anti-Violence Stance Days After Manager OTF Chino’s Death
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