Lil’ Durk To Chief Keef: ‘I’m Not Soulja Boy’

The beef between Chief Keef and Lil’ Durk is not letting up anytime soon.

Antagonistic words were exchanged between the two O’ Block rappers Friday that seemingly spelled the end of a once friendly relationship.

Lil’ Durk issued a warning to Chief Keef telling the “3Hunna” rapper, “Warning I’m not #souljaboy dis s--- can get ugly.”

In early April, the ties between Soulja Boy and Chief Keef were severed after GBE’s own BallOut robbed the SODMG frontman of his prized Jesus Piece chain.

Durk told Keef he is not welcome back in the O’ Block neighborhood.

“All DA money but can’t go get ‪#drose lol bad enough he on yo a-- already

“We’re u gone spend it at cus u can’t c-- around here wit it lol,” he wrote.

D. Rose is an affiliate of Chief Keef who reps the Black Disciple 600 gang. He is currently incarcerated on a murder rap.

“If u squad y u ain’t get tslick or drose !!!!! U gotta bigga deal right ‪#fufu,” he wrote.

Lil’ Durk attacked Chief Keef for staying in the suburbs and leaving the O’ Block neighborhood, writing, “Im on 64th and normal tweetin not in DA woods tweetin ‪#glosquad.”

Chief Keef moved to a Chicago suburb just before the release of his solo debut album “Finally Rich” in December.

“I’m done I’m not Finna beef wit a n---- dat I gotta take 8trains 4planes and a boat to get to em ‪#Traffic

“It take for yo b---- a-- to beef wit me to finally do sum for yo block Durk been buyin guns dummy #

According to Durk, Chief Keef owes his life to O’ Block. Sosa has been the recipient of numerous death threats since his rise to fame.

“F--- a deal I’m out here u better off sub tweetin DA OPPS ‪#iknowdarealyou

“I can tell u fake f--- yo conversation ‪#relate,” Durk wrote.

Lil’ Durk found himself bent out of shape due to Chief Keef’s unwillingness to bail him out of jail.

Lil’ Durk, whose birth name is Durk D. Banks, was arrested on a weapons charge in early June.

Police reportedly saw the OTF rapper pitch a stolen handgun in the backseat of a parked Hyundai Sonata in the Englewood neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Durk’s bond amount was set at $100,000. He needed 10 percent of the bond amount, $10,000, for release.

It is rumored that Durk’s month stay in jail was not an easy ride as he allegedly was involved in numerous physical altercations, according to rival Bricksquad 069 rapper P. Rico.

“N----- CLAIMING 300 BT I HEARD LIL DURK B---- A-- JUST GOT BEAT DA F--- UP N JAIL N DROSE WANT EVEN C-- OUT HIS CELL #HUH,” The “Gladiators” rapper wrote.

Keef briefly entertained Durk’s threats, but soon quelled the “Dis Aint What You Want” rapper’s relevance.

“How many guns dese f--- N----- gone make me Grab?

“O Nem Raised me Better No Opps Allowed

“Aye man On O Grave I aint beefin I dont beef Wit people i dont kno Unless Its Physical,” he wrote.

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