Lil Durk Squashed His Beef With Chief Keef Over FaceTime

The Chicago rapper also spoke about his new album out today.

Lil Durk’s Def Jam debut, Remember My Name, is out today, and he’s continuing his press run with The Breakfast Club.

Like Chief Keef, Durk is one of the few drill rappers with a major label project out for the masses. He spoke about the support he’s been getting from his hometown for Remember My Name. He also touched on how he buried his beef with Keef, which started when Keef sided with Tyga over their brief back-and-forth.

“We was in LA, and we was politicking,” he says of the three-hour convo they had. “It was just a lot of BS going on before. A lot of threats. We was like, ‘Alright, we gotta FaceTime this one.’ We squashed it. It wasn’t nothing though. We from the same hood. We was talking about different things too, but that’s bro. It’s 100.”

Later on in the interview, Durk reveals how he laid the foundation for his music, specifically stating that he used MySpace to get noticed. Durk also says he still manages a lot of his social media accounts and promotes his own music. Of course, things turn into fun topics like the craziest girl fan he’s ever met; Keke Palmer; and more.

Watch it here.

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(Photo: The Breakfast Club via Power 105.1FM)

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