"It's over with after the next one," promises Chicago rapper.
Tyga can expect a diss record from Lil Durk coming his way soon. During an interview with DJ MoonDawg of Chicago's WCGI-FM, Durk revealed that he is putting together a response to the Young Money rapper's "ChiRaq to LA" track from earlier in the week.
"I gotta reply back, you know? That's like gettin' disrespected, disrespecting my city," he explained.
Similar to how Tyga enlisted fellow West Coaster Game for "ChiRaq to LA," Durk will be tapping Chicago rapper Bump J, who is currently incarcerated. According to Durk, the Tyga rift won't go any further than music. "It's strictly on a track," he assured. "He kept it L.A., I'ma keep it Chicago [with the] homie Bump J."
The song will be his last addressing Tyga. "It's over with after the next one, I can't give him no more fame," promised Durk.
Ironically, his disposition towards Tyga is very different than how he feels about his now former associate, Chief Keef. The two are officially on bad terms after Keef tweeted out a link to "ChiRaq to LA." Durk took that move as a slap in the face to the city of Chicago. "He posted it on his [Twitter] page," Durk said of Keef. "I'm like, he ain't disrespect me only, he disrespect[ed] the whole Chicago…you ain't gotta deal with me at the end of the day, you gotta deal with everybody."
And he doesn't plan on talking it over with Keef. "I ain't reaching out to him, he from L.A.," he joked.
Not counting the lyrical hit from Tyga and Game, this week has been pretty good for Durk. The 21-year-old was named one of XXL's 2014 Freshman Class members and is gearing up to release his first single, "Party" featuring Young Thug, in a couple weeks.
Durk's debut album is slated for release this fall.
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