Lil Durk insists that Drake is the brand new Michael Jackson and even addressed his supposed Tekashi 6ix9ine diss on “Snigger Now Cry Later.”
It appears Fats Joe wasn’t so off together with his Drake and Michael Jackson comparability as Lil Durk agrees. Fats Joe put himself in a Twitter firestorm final week when he dared to match the Six God to the King of Pop. On the time, the “Household Ties” rapper had been conducting a chat on Instagram Dwell with Rick Ross, who is nice mates with Drake. “Drake is presumably the toughest particular person to get in contact with and let’s be clear, each track he does goes No. 1 and he’s identical to, the Michael Jackson of this time,” Fats Joe innocently stated. His comment created a storm on social media, nevertheless, with some questioning whether or not he was proper within the head.
For all of the flack that The Bronx artist acquired, Lil Durk reckons he’s not that far off the mark. The Chicago rapper is featured on Drake’s newest single, “Snigger Now Cry Later,” which can also be the primary off his upcoming album, Licensed Lover Boy. Lil Durk’s took to his IG Story to share simply how nice he thinks Drizzy is. “Don’t name em drake nomo his new title Michael Jackson,” Durk wrote.
Lil Durk bought a variety of consideration final weekend after Drake dropped “Snigger Now Cry Later.” The one is anticipated to debut on the high of the Billboard chart subsequent week if it will possibly overthrow Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP.” Durk additionally bought some consideration for seemingly taking a jab at snitch rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. “I’m within the trenches, loosen up / Are you able to not play that lil’ boy within the membership? ‘Trigger we don’t take heed to rats,” the Chi-City rapper raps.
Durk addressed the problem throughout his interview with Energy 106, saying, “Whoever make music and rat, I’m speaking to you. It may be one particular person, two folks, three folks, I’m speaking to your a*s.” He makes it clear that music from rats won’t be enjoying within the golf equipment when he’s out partying.