The beef between 6ix9ine and Lil Durk continues as the two artist will drop new albums on the same day. Both Tekashi and Lil Durk have announced September 4th as their official album release dates, but perhaps Tekashi has taken the beef to another level by including Nuski, Lil Durk’s late cousin.
Continuing his “trolling” promo run which has already included New York and Los Angeles, Tekashi 69 has recently visited Chicago. Announcing the release date for his album via an IG video post, which saw 6ix9ine pouring out liquor for the those who had been murdered in Chicago.
This was taken as a disrespect and did not sit well with Lil Reese who wrote on IG, “I heard you just tried to sneak on block bro lol don’t lose yo life playing on internet 69.” Lil Durk also chimed in with the following, “Damn the feds in Chicago, everybody go inside.”
Adding a new layer to the “beef” between Lil Durk and 6ix9ine, is Tekashi who decided to mourn Durk’s late cousin Nuski. Durk lost his cousin Nuski two days after he had signed his first music deal.
In a video posted on Friday (August 28) 6ix9ine is seen what he calls paying respect to Durk’s cousin Nuski. Writing in the caption, “CAME TO OBLOCK .. came to pay my respect to @lildurk cousin nuski who was killed by gun violence 💔💔💔 we need to change as a community 💔💔💔💔😒😒😒 #RIP NUSKI PRE ORDER THE ALBUM LINK IN MY BIO SEPTEMBER 4TH.”
Lil Durk made his own announcement via IG on Friday (August 28), as he is prepared to release his new album ‘The Voice’. Thus far 2020 has been a successful year for Lil Durk. Dropping his fifth studio album with Just Cause Y’all Waited 2 and its deluxe edition with seven additional tracks propelled the album to the number 2 spot on the Billboard 200.
Durk has also been featured on various singles by the likes of J.I., King Von, and most recently Drake. The Chicago native joined Drake on ‘Laugh Now Cry Later‘ single along with the music video shot at the Nike headquarters in Oregon.