The feud between OTF and Never Broke Again continues to escalate as Lil Durk and Quando Rondo appear to be revving up to release new music. Over the past few months, Durk’s continued to hint at the release of a new project, though he hasn’t provided much information on it. The rapper dropped his last album, 7220, over a year ago before releasing OTF’s Loyal Bros project in December. Clearly, he’s preparing to have the summer on lock with his follow-up.
In recent weeks, he’s hyped up the release. First, he mentioned that the forthcoming project “ain’t regular,” though he didn’t indicate what to expect. Most recently, he made it clear that he’s willing to step on anyone’s release date without fear. “I can drop this single and f*ck the streets up on god,” he wrote on Instagram this week. “Your release date ain’t safe son son.” It seemed unclear who is was targeting but the recent response from the Never Broke Again crew signals that they took it personally.
Quando Rondo Responds To Durk
This morning, NBA Youngboy allegedly addressed Durk’s latest post in a series of tweets from a new account. YB didn’t mince his words, either, calling Durk “old” while proving Joe Budden’s theory that the “Stop The Violence” campaign didn’t come from a genuine place. “Kiss my ass bitch see me in the streets,” YB wrote on Twitter. “Old ass think he slick stop watching me,” he added in another tweet while referring to Durk as a fan.
Though Quando Rondo certainly doesn’t have the numbers to back him like Durk or Youngboy, he evidently has little issue with the Chicago rapper dropping on the same day as him. He responded to Durk’s post about release dates, writing, “Drop that shit we all on a time schedule!” Quando Rondo previously stated that his upcoming album will drop in a month, which he’ll dedicate to the late Lul Pab, who was fatally shot last summer. “Seen a lot of blood sweat and tears I lost my right hand man in front of my eyes I love you thug I’m going number 1 for you big brah,” Rondos said earlier this week.