Tyga Previews Response to Lil Durk's Diss
Tyga has responded to Lil Durk's recent diss. On Sunday, May 4, the 24-year-old Compton rapper took to Instagram to preview a new "Chi-Raq" remix in which he's featured calling out Durk by name.
"Who the f**k is Lil Durk, I dust you like ash and purp/ Your flow wack and my flow crack," Tyga raps. Shortly after the preview hit the web, Durk responded to T-Raww's bars on his Twitter and Instagram.
"Everytime a n***a rap beef he get clapped up in a couple weeks ig comments and a couple tweets Location on we can go and meet #chiraq," Durk wrote.
In late April, the Chicago rapper made headlines after blatantly dissing Tyga in the verses featured in Meek Mill's "Chi-Raq" remix. "Tyga only got one name, but that n***a ain't got one stripe," Durk raps in the track.
Durk recently explained how his feud with Tyga started. In a new interview with XXL, he said that the beef began after he talked about Tyga's fiancee Blac Chyna in a track he recorded with Chris Brown and French Montana.
Tyga wasn't too happy with the lines and wanted Durk to change the it. Durk was willing to re-do the lines if Tyga agreed to do a collaboration. Tyga said yes, but he later backed out of the plan.
"He's been texting me like, 'I'm going to send you something, you going to send me something, etc.' Then he stop replying and s**t, and I felt some type of way and said, f**k it then, I'm not going to kiss his a**," Durk explained.
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