Lil Durk has millions of fans around the world but not everyone believes he’s living out his raps in real life.

FBG Young has compiled a list of his top drill rappers ever and Durkio came in at the No. 10 spot while the FBG Duck affiliate branded Smurk as the second “most cap rapper” out of Chi-town.

“I feel like the shit he rapping not believable to me,” he proclaimed. “I’m from Chicago so I really know about Durk ain’t on shit. Pretty boy, I don’t think he damn know how to fight. Besides Lil Jay, I think Durk the most cap rapper. That’s just me being honest, no trolling shit.”

Lil Jay was convicted on conspiracy to commit murder in 2019 related to a 2015 drug deal and released in April before being arrested once again in July on gun charges. According to VladTV, Jay is now expected to be paroled in May 2023.

FBG Young is part of the Fly Boy Gang, and his close friend FBG Duck was a rival of Durk’s. Duck was shot and killed in August 2020 in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood. Five individuals have been arrested and charged in relation to the murder.

Young has been relatively quiet on the music front as of late outside of his “Woodlawn” single which arrived in August.

As for Durk, he recently voiced his support for Young Thug in the YSL RICO case as he believes the rapper is being unfairly targeted and “left to the wolves.”

Drop a [heart] if y’all want thugg home and not being blamed or left to the wolves #FREEJEFF,” he wrote before adding he was working on his next LP. “ALBUM MODE.”

Fabolous, Jadakiss, Gillie Da Kid, Waka Flocka Flame, London On Da Track and more flooded Durk’s comment section with green hearts lending their approval.

Earlier this month, Lil Durk taunted the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office in bizarre fashion when he seemingly nearly implicated himself in Young Thug’s YSL RICO case.

The Chicago native admitted on the Future-Assisted “Mad Max” that he told Thug about every person he shot.

“I could have been part of the RICO, I called Thug and told him every n-gga I shot,” Durk raps on the track.