King Yella recently took to Instagram to air his thoughts on Lil Durk’s recent diss. In Lil Durk’s song “Grandson,” he asks, “Why you throwin’ all this rent money?” The song continues, with Durk claiming that someone paid to hang out with fellow rapper Boosie Badazz. King Yella hopped on his Instagram story, revealing that he believes the lines were targeted at him, and stating that Lil Durk’s claims aren’t true.
The Instagram story starts with King Yella sitting in the car playing “Grandson.” He turns the volume down after the lines he claims are about himself. He begins, “Durk, I know you ain’t just try to diss me, gang.” “Boosie is all love,” he clarifies. The rapper then went on to say that he has never paid to hang out with anyone, calling Durk out for throwing shade when he claims to be “pushing peace.” He continues, telling Durk that he’s just mad Boosie gave him a feature. Text over the video reads, “@LILDURK U A BIT**.”
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King Yella Calls Out Durk For Claiming To “Push Peace”
“Grandson” comes from Durk’s recently-released album, Almost Healed, and features Kodak Black. The LP came out today (May 26), and features other notable guests like Juice WRLD, Morgan Wallen, and more. The album also features the song, “All My Life” featuring J. Cole, with has received a great deal of praise as of late. Durk revealed the album’s tracklist on Monday.
Lil Durk also recently opened up on a podcast with DJ Akademiks about his grieving process. He detailed how he handles grief, telling the DJ, “Everybody mourns.” Durk went on to share, “When I started getting more into my religion, and just like, talked to my pops while he was locked up, talked to my uncle and them.” He continued, “They’re like ‘Man, we had the money, the fame and the cars, we had the city on lock, and we went to jail and got life. What you’re going through, we’ve been through. When you call, call and get to your pops, call and get to your unc. Let’s talk, let’s have a conversation. But I don’t want to hear no crying. I don’t want to hear no complaining, I don’t want to hear no ‘I can’t do this, I can’t do that.”
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