Drake‘s new single “Snigger Now Cry Later” was accompanied by a music video, which was shot on the Nike World Headquarters Oregon, and featured appearances by Kevin Durant, Odell Beckham Jr., and Marshawn Lynch, but it surely was one line from Lil Durk‘s verse that appeared to seize everybody’s consideration.
Durk was requested in regards to the lyric on Energy 106 Los Angeles Monday, however would not explicitly say who he was speaking about, saying over his shotty Web connection, “Whoever make music and rat, I am speaking to you. It may be one particular person, two folks, three folks, I am speaking to your ass.”
Try his response up high on the 8-minute mark.
It is not a stretch to imagine that Durk was speaking about 6ix9ine since he used the phrase “rat” to explain the rainbow-haired rapper throughout his interview with Rob Markman for the Genius sequence For the Report after he selected to cooperate with prosecutors in his racketeering case.
” what you probably did. When you not like that man, then avoid this streets,” Durk mentioned. “You portraying a picture that’s actually not you. The folks behind you understand that. I do know I can’t go do nothing with him. Trigger I do know at the back of my head, like man he gon’ inform a fucking cop… Ain’t no person need to go to jail on the finish of the day, however a rat is a rat. I’m not shocked he informed.”