This week started off with a run of the mill rap beef between Tyga and Lil Durk, with several other rappers jumping in the mix, including The Game and Chief Keef.
Durk started the nonsense when he name dropped Tyga during a diss on Meek Mill’s “Chiraq Remix.” Upset that Tyga had stopped responding to texts regarding a collabo, Durk called his authenticity and street cred into question, saying Tyga could never show face in the characteristically violent streets of the Chi.
Tyga responded almost immediately, dropping his own diss track, “Chiraq to LA,” which featured The Game, who stole the show, finishing the song off with a scathing verse.
Then Chicagoan Chief Keef jumped in out of nowhere, surprisingly siding with the L.A. boys when he cosigned the record by posting it on Instagram.
Durk took to the radio waves to say the beef will remain on records and stay out of the streets. He also denounced Keef’s Chi town roots, saying now Keef is “from L.A.”
Today a new song hit the web from Durk’s artist, OTF NuNu, possibly bringing a new player into the already confusing mix. While Durk has claimed there would be no further response on his end because The Game is trying to get off exposure off the beef, his label mate has said no such thing. Could NuNu be stepping up in defense of his fellow OTF label mate?
We’ll let you decide.
The song is a banger. Called “We Dem Mobsters,” it features Wonder of GPK (Garbage Patch Kids), a group started by Cokeboy’s Droop Pop, which is an imprint under French Montana’s Cokeboy label. Also on the track is T-Bird of Skyy High Entertainment, who’s responsible for the street classic “Call My Connect,” featuring Montana and Max B.
C’mon guys, can’t we all just get along?
Take a listen below and tell us what you think.
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