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In a surprising turn of events, it appears that rapper Lil Durk and NBA Youngboy have ended their longstanding feud. According to hip-hop commentator Akademiks, the two artists have reportedly put their differences aside.
Hip-hop has always been a genre that thrives on competition and rivalry, with beefs and feuds often providing some of the most explosive moments in the industry. One such feud that has been ongoing for years is the one between Durk and YoungBoy. However, recent reports suggest that the two rappers have finally ended their beef.
The roots of the feud can be traced back to the death of King Von, who was allegedly shot and killed by a member of YoungBoy’s artist, Quando Rondo. This event only added fuel to the fire, and the two rappers continued to trade shots in their music and on social media.
The news of the truce comes after Akademiks shared a video on his podcast where he revealed that the two rappers had “squashed their beef.” In the clip, Akademiks can be heard saying, ” That beef is squashed.”
The Voice artist even appeared to confirm the news by liking a post about the reconciliation on Twitter. This confirmation is significant, as Durk is known for being vocal on social media about disputes and rumors.
Things have been quiet between the two rappers for the past few months, and it now appears that they have officially ended their beef. Reports suggest that Durk and YoungBoy have put their differences aside and made peace.
Durk recently spoke about the issue, saying that it’s no longer worth it to have issues with other rappers. “Yeah, it’s the money,” he said. “Just get the bag, and get out the way. You a billion away from one word, one sentence can f**k it up. So, you be real strategic of what you say to try to get some views.”
It seems that YoungBoy has also come to the same realization, and the two rappers have reportedly ended their feud. This is significant, as it shows that artists can prioritize their careers over petty feuds and set an example of maturity and unity for their fans.
Durk is currently gearing up for the release of his new album, The Voice 2.0. The album is a follow-up to his 2020 release, The Voice, which was a critical and commercial success. Durk recently shared a snippet of his upcoming collab with J. Cole, “All My Life,” on social media, which has gotten fans excited for the album’s release.
On Instagram, Durk captioned his video: “100k replies I’m dropping album cover and date call my bluff s/o @JColeNC …. Goooooooooooooo IM BACK!!!!!!”
In addition to Durk’s upcoming album, fans of rap music have been eagerly anticipating the latest release from YoungBoy. On April 21, 2023, the rapper released his sixth studio album, Don’t Try This at Home, through Motown Records and Never Broke Again.
The album includes features from several high-profile artists such as Mariah the Scientist, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, and the Kid Laroi. It also boasts production from YoungBoy’s two in-house engineers, Jason “Cheese” Goldberg and Khris James, along with Dom Beats, Kenoe, Wayv, Yetty, Fresh Ayr, and Yo Benji. This marks YoungBoy’s second release with Motown and his second of 2023, following January’s I Rest My Case.
While fans were undoubtedly shocked by the news, many were also relieved that the two artists have finally put their differences aside. The end of the feud has been seen as a positive step for the hip-hop community, as it shows that artists can put aside their differences for the greater good.
The news of Lil Durk and NBA Youngboy’s truce has also sparked a renewed interest in their respective music catalogs. Fans have been revisiting their past work and eagerly anticipating new releases from both artists.
It is worth noting that while the feud may have ended, there is no indication that Durk and YoungBoy will collaborate in the future. However, the mere fact that they are no longer at odds is a positive sign for the rap world.
The reconciliation between Lil Durk and NBA Youngboy is a significant moment in hip-hop. The end of the feud is a positive development, and fans of both artists will undoubtedly be eager to see what the future holds for them.
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Written by: Silvia Tine
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