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Tekashi 69 Mocks Lil Durk, Denies $3 Million Trolling Payment

Durk Gifts Drake An OVO X OTF Chain

Self-proclaim Jay-Z of Chicago, Lil Durk continues his ongoing beef with Tekashi 69 as his latest single debuted at number 62 on the Billboard Hot 100.


Commenting on a post by Akademiks, Tekashi 69 mocked Lil Durk, writing, “Everybody in the industry posted this,” Teakshi wrote. “This what happen when u don’t got drake.”

ATLANTA, GA – NOVEMBER 20: Rapper Lil Durk attends Forever or Never Birthday Celebration on November 21, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/ Wireimage)

Tekashi is referring to Lil Durk’s feature on Drake‘s ‘Laugh Now Cry Later‘ single which debuted at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 behind Cardi B’s WAP.

Tekashi 69 Mocks Lil Durk, Denies $3 Million Trolling Payment

Recently Lil Durk showed his appreciation to Drake by gifting him a OVO x OTF chain. The incredible piece was shared via IG story by Drake and was shared on Drake’s official IG fan page.

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Drake via his IG story.

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Prior to releasing his ‘TattleTales’ album, Tekashi took a trip to Chicago where he visited the infamous O Block. As seen in the video below, 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.”

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Lil Durk would go on to accuse Tekashi of having someone from his team attempt to pay Durk $3 million dollars to continue their beef in hopes to generate press for ‘TattleTales‘. Durk went as far as writing the following on his IG Story, “I decline the offer 3 million can’t make me turn my back on the streets.”

Appearing on his very first interview since his early prison release, Tekashi denied that him or his team ever offered Lil Durk $3 million dollars. “I think my security make more money than Lil Durk,” Tekashi said during the interview with The Shade Room. “Imagine me paying Lil Durk who can’t even sell over 100 thousand.”

“I think when he did the Drake record it gassed him like oh I’m hot,” Tekashi added. Fast forward below (37:14) to hear Tekashi’s side of the story on Lil Durk.

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