T.I. Commends Lil Durk’s OTF and King Louie’s MUBU For Not Pulling Out Guns During Fight

T.I. made a special appearance in the Chicago area during a meet and greet with fans at popular clothing retail store The Shop 147.

But the positive atmosphere soon turned violent after Lil Durk’s OTF camp bumped heads with King Louie’s MUBU crew. Luckily, no one was seriously hurt in the melee.

T.I. issued a statement on the incident during a visit to Power 92 Chicago.

“Congratulations to everybody in the fight yesterday. Y’all did not pull out a gun. Kudos to you man. I’m actually proud of you guys. Everybody else saying bad things. I’m actually proud. Good job,” he said as he held a “Put The Guns Down” placard.

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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