NBA YoungBoy and Lil Durk’s fierce rivalry has spilled over into a spat with the latter’s ex-girlfriend India Royale.

The Baton Rouge rapper took to his alleged personal Twitter account on Monday (March 13) to seemingly ridicule the former couple’s relationship woes.

“Lol damn I know how it be when that hoe turn to a demon [crying face emoji],” he wrote to his almost 90,000 followers.

YoungBoy’s tweet came after Lil Durk had attempted to win India back on social media following their breakup last year.

“I ain’t perfect but I’m for you and I love you and I’m all ears when ever we get back in a relationship,” the Chicago native wrote on his Instagram Stories last week.

“You saved my life with you and willow and big sky outside all my kids you was there,” he added, referencing their four-year-old daughter, Willow Banks.

India Royale clapped back at NBA YoungBoy with a series of tweets, questioning his street credibility and warning him not to “speak” on her.

“That lil boy need to find somebody to play with. You was just a dirty lil bad kid. You ain’t like that Fr,” she wrote. “Don’t speak on me bitch I let you slide the first time.”



India clarified that her tweets were aimed at “dent head,” seemingly referencing the scars on YoungBoy’s face which he sustained after breaking his neck as a toddler and being forced to wear a head brace.

“That’s still my BD. Ion play about hi. Y’all can chill. Fr,” she added. “Ppl think because they was dirty and in the hood they automatically gang. You wasn’t toting no guns, you was food deprived.”

Taking the “dent head” dig in stride, NBA YoungBoy responded by tweeting: “[crying face emoji] bitch I know 1 thing you ain’t gone muthafucking play with me,” along with a screenshot of him listening to his song “DentHead.”

The back-and-forth didn’t end there as India Royale refused to back down, firing off another tweet that simply read: “Playing.”

When a fan warned her: “Oh you better be scared,” she replied with: “He said don’t play with him. I’m playing hoe. Wassup?”

Lil Durk also appeared to wade into the spat, addressing an unnamed individual and their girl problems in a video posted to his Instagram Stories.

“Man, get in your feelings about your hoe,” he said. “Get out your feelings about all these hoes. These hoes is fucking, these hoes is for everybody, man. Damn, can’t save ’em all, broski. Shit, you can’t save ’em all! Trust me.”

NBA YoungBoy and Lil Durk’s beef stems from a November 2020 altercation between their respective crews, which resulted in OTF rapper King Von being shot dead. Timothy “Lul Tim” Leeks, an affiliate of Never Broke Again signee Quando Rondo, has been charged with Von’s murder.

YoungBoy and Durk’s feud reignited early last year when they traded vicious shots on both wax and social media after the former seemingly dissed King Von on his song “Bring the Hook.”



Smurk returned fire on his 7220 album cut “AHHH HA,” which contained provocative lyrics like: “Don’t respond to shit with Von/ I’m like, fuck it, you tripping, go get your gun.”

YoungBoy responded by taking aim at Durk’s Chicago neighborhood “O-Block,” his then-fiancée India Royale and the late King Von on the volatile diss track “I Hate YoungBoy.”