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OTF and Mubu End Beef, Lil Mouse Reveals New Song Collaboration With Lil Durk and King Louie



OTF and Mubu have officially squashed their beef. Lil Mouse announced he has a new song collaboration with Lil Durk and King Louie.

“Me & my n-ggas @lildurk_ @KingL just made ah hit in fat boy @ChaseDavisMuzik studio coming real soon,” he wrote on Twitter.



King Louie posted a photo onto IG of all artists in the studio working on their new record.



Louie also posted a throwback Thursday photo onto IG of himself and Durk with their respective camps.



This news comes following Louie’s announcement him and Chief Keef settled their differences.

Chief Keef and King Louie have officially squashed their beef. This follows years of highly publicized turmoil between their repsective GBE and Mubu camps.

Sosa and Louie made amends after chopping it up during a FaceTime call.

Louie posted a screenshot of the FT call onto his IG account.

“#TONY & #SOSA,” Louie captioned his post along with money bag emojis.



Mubu affiliate @iambhd also weighed on the rekindled friendship via IG.

“Talkin to lil bro getting this sh-t back where it suppose to be #MUBU #GloGang #ForeverLiveYoung #Chicago @chieffkeeffsossa,” the caption on his post read.





Mubu Krump also offered his thoughts on the matter with five profound words.

“First chiraq den da world,” he wrote.



Mubu and OTF’s resolved differences follows the infamous fight between both camps in September during a special meet and greet held by T.I. at popular clothing retail store The Shop 147 in Harvey, IL.



The fight immediately continued outside the store and spilled into the street.



This isn’t the first physical altercation between Durk’s associates and Mubu.

The trouble dates all the way back to May 2013 when a fight erupted between Chief Keef’s Glo Gang camp and Mubu during Durk’s “Dis Ain’t What You Want” performance in Davenport, Iowa.



During the altercation, GBE member BallOut’s Jesus piece chain, which previously belonged to Soulja Boy, was snatched. It subsequently ended up in the hands of a young man from Davenport, IA.

Chicago “Drill” artist King Louie took to Instagram to comment on the incident, threatening and calling BallOut a “Fake Thug” in the process.

“Naw dis was chain ballbout took from soulja boy and a fan took it from from @balloutbayyy b---- he betta stay out the city.



“#ITsOnlySoLongFakeThugsCanPretend,” King Louie wrote.

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