Although several disses have been exchanged in the feud between Lil Durk and Tyga, the exact origin of the beef between the two rappers has remained unclear. But in a newly-published interview with Vlad TV, Durk spoke on the reason why the two had a falling out.
According to Lil Durk, Tyga became offended at a particular lyric he added to a song they were to collaborate on. On the song, which has yet to be released, Durk raps, “What do strippers swallow? Maliah, Blac Chyna, just don’t tell Tyga.”
The Chicago rapper says Tyga wanted the lyric changed since it mentioned his girlfriend, Blac Chyna. Durk then added that he became upset with Tyga because he felt he was trying to fake him out in regards to the song.
“It was just a line about Blac Chyna,” Durk said. “I said ‘What do strippers swallow? Maliah, Blac Chyna, just don’t tell Tyga’…Yeah, the same day we was in the studio. He was like ‘Shout me out. I got you.’ I’m like ‘Fuck it. I got you. We gon’ do music together.’ So he’s like ‘Send me something over.’ He steady calling me like ‘Send me something over. Send me something over. Did you change it yet?’ So, I started like—After a while I started thinking he trying to bamboozle me. Like just to change it. You know what I’m saying? Don’t do a song. So, I felt that he was trying to fake me out. That’s why I got mad at him.”
Lil Durk says he still plans on releasing the song, but feels that Tyga won’t be as offended as he initially was. He also informed those watching that he has no problem with Tyga.
“Yeah, but it ain’t gonna be offensive,” he said when asked if the song will be released. “He ain’t gonna take it as much as he would have took it before. You know, everybody had the talk. French still trying to set the call up. Like I said before there really ain’t no problem. It ain’t a problem. Yeah, it ain’t no problem on my end…Everybody was vibing to it. That’s all I’mma say. Even he was vibing to it until he heard that part.”
Over the past few weeks, both Tyga and Lil Durk have exchanged disses in a series of records. Lil Durk first took aim at Tyga on Meek Mill’s “Chiraq (Remix)” while Tyga fired back with the Game-assisted “ChiRaq To LA.”