Lil Durk just released his highly-anticipated seventh studio album 7220 on Friday (March 11), and as expected, fans are talking about the project all over social media. The positive reactions are most likely what Durkio wanted for the project, but it looks like something is ruffling up his feathers.
On Tuesday (March 15), Lil Durk hopped on his Instagram Story to let people know he has more heat on the way. In the picture, fans can see what appears to be a song titled “COMPUTER MURDERS” saved on someone’s phone, and according to Durk, it seems like it could be a diss record.
“N-ggas pissed me off again,” Durk wrote in the Story.
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The Chicago-bred rap star didn’t make it explicitly clear who got him angry, but given what’s been going on with him and NBA YoungBoy over the last weeks, fans are guessing it has something to do with that. The last shot fired between the two feuding rappers happened last week when promotion began for Durk’s album.
Several people noticed a billboard off the Washington Street 156A exit in Baton Rouge, Lousiana, that read “Durk Better” spelled out in money days before 7220 was to drop. But in Chicago, a YoungBoy Never Broke Again billboard went up with the moniker “YB vs. Everybody” written across the green highway sign promoting YoungBoy’s Colors mixtape.
Durk hasn’t said anything in regards to the billboard going up, but he did release a new music video for the 7220 standout track, “Barbarian,” recently. The Jerry Production-directed video finds Lil Durk reflecting on his come-up while he enjoys the spoils of his grind in the Hip Hop game with family and friends.
Check out the video below.