Lil Durk Threatens To Break Capo’s Jaw

The brick wall that stands between Glo Gang and OTF will not be torn down anytime soon. Members from both camps continue to throw jabs at one another.

Lil Durk, namely, has been defending the OTF fort and took aim at Capo Friday morning for dissing.

A fake Chief Keef IG profile messaged Capo, writing, “F**k lil durk b---- a-- h--.”

Capo unknowingly shot back with an incendiary response, writing, “He a b***h his whole squad sum b*****s hahah.”

The fake Sosa profile soon informed Durk.

Lil Durk wasn’t at all pleased with Capo’s remarks, writing, “Sneak dissin bad for your health @Elcappgguo I’m catch you and break your jaw on #plutograve.”

Durk may hold true to his word. The OTF frontman has been working on his hands.

This exchange is the latest in comments made between Durk and Capo.

A few days ago, Capo slammed Durk’s camp, writing, “I’m GloGang Not Otf or Gbe.”

Durk replied, writing, “@Capo_GBE300 @SupaSavageOj funny a-- n----- love da net.”

Lil Durk and Glo Gang rapper BallOut recently bumped heads via social media.

Durk wrote on Twitter he doesn’t subtweet GBE or Mubu.

“I don’t subtweet #GBE or #MUBU so don’t feel some type of wayyyyy,” he wrote.

Durk messaged BallOut, telling the “Rookie Of The Year” rapper to be at fallen OTF brother Lil Pat’s funeral.

Lil Pat, also known as Pluto, died from injuries sustained in an automobile crash. He was 24.

“Ballout on BD u a b---- if ion see u at my lil bro funeral,” he wrote.

BallOut later retweeted a message that called Lil Durk a “h--.”

Durk and GBE’s beef has been longstanding. Durk most notably took aim at the rap clique following his release from jail.

The entire altercation stemmed from Sosa’s refusal to pay Durk’s $10,000 bond.

“F--- gbe b----,” he wrote.

Lil Durk was arrested in June after police allegedly saw the Def Jam rapper pitching a stolen handgun in the backseat of a parked Hyundai Sonata in the Englewood neighborhood in South Side Chicago, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Durk was hit with a five-count indictment that included unlawful use of a weapon by a felon. He was ordered held in lieu of $100,000 bail.

For Updates, Be sure to Follow on Twitter @KollegeKidd by clicking here.
You can also stay up-to-date by liking FaceBook Page by clicking here

This entry was posted in Debate and Discussion and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

News Links