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Lil Durk & Chief Keef Wants To Buy Chicago’s O Block No Matter The Cost


Chi-town spitter Lil Durk is interested in purchasing the infamous O Block housing project, which is currently up for sale.

Home to some of the biggest names in modern drill music is Parkway Gardens, more infamously known as O Block. Rappers like Chief Keef, King Von, Fredo Santana, and Lil Durk were all raised in the notorious Chicago neighborhood. The 6400 Block of South Dr. Martin Luther King Drive is constantly plagued with gang violence.

Interestingly enough, this neighborhood was also home to a young Michelle Obama. As murderous as this place may be, there is proof that one can make it out and become successful as evident by the abundant of big names from the community.

Lil Durk and other Chicago rappers often mention the dangerous street life growing up in O Block in their music. King Von is one example of this. He has mentioned the block in his single “Took her To The O,” and his debut album Welcome to O’Block.

Lil Durk is willing to pay any amount to secure the housing project. It is now listed for sale by the real estate firm owning it. The firm is seeking a buyer able to take charge of all three complexes that extend from 63rd to 65th streets. Lil Durk is insistent on getting the property. “I’ll buy it don’t matter how much it is,” Durk tweeted.

I’ll buy it don’t matter how much it is

— THE VOICE (@lildurk) April 30, 2021

Lil Durk has unfortunately been quite unlucky in his personal life, and now rumors have spread that he is cursed. People now believe that to be affiliated with him is to have an inevitable early or gruesome passing. This may just be a result of being raised in such a savage neighborhood since the majority of his companions were exposed to gangs and gang violence. He is blessed to be alive and thriving in his music career today.

In 2015, Chief Keef tweeted that he is interested in buying O Block. “I’m going to buy Oblock watch! 4nem gone have to move around,” he tweeted.

I'm going to buy Oblock watch! 4nem gone have to move around

— Glory Boy (@ChiefKeef) January 17, 2015

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Lil Durk Cops New KIng Von Chain As 6ix9ine Continues To Slander Late Rapper


Lil Durk splurge on a new King Von chain all while 6ix9ine is slandering the late rapper on social media.

Tekashi 6ix9ine was up to his usual antics yesterday when he shared a series of shocking and disrespectful posts aimed at his rival Lil Durk. The mega-troll decided to use the most abrasive piece of info he could find to hit at the rapper, which came in the form of Durk’s slain friend and confidant, King Von.

For this round, 6ix9ine sported a freshly printed t-shirt bearing Von’s image while showcasing his massive spinning troll pendant. In another photo, he was seen playing the role of a dead body lying in the streets. That reenactment photo was titled #PICKYAMAN.”

6ix9ine’s photo dump was then given a taunting caption repeating his previous statement about taking out the person who killed your friend or family member.

Strangely enough, 6ix9ine’s post arrived just a day before Lil Durk showcased his custom-made pendant made to preserve the memory of his dear friend. The Chicago kingpin’s memory tags were done by New York-based jeweler Izzy of NYC Luxury Co. Izzy also chose to show off the iced-out piece on social media. “30 pointer tennis chain” with “all VVS E color stones,” the designer wrote below his post on Instagram. The memory tags feature photos of both Durk and the late Von, with one showing capturing a moment when they both shared a stage.

The icy treat is just the latest tribute from Lil Durk to his dead homie. His most recent album, The Voice, was offered as a remembrance of the life of the Von. The project has since been certified gold and has spawned a deluxe version.

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King Von died in November 2020 following a fatal shooting in Atlanta. Surveillance footage later revealed he was involved in a fight with rival Quando Rondo and his crew.

This is not the first time Tekashi has spoken on the name of Durk’s dead associates. During his visit to Chicago to promote his album Tattle Tale, 6ix9ine visited the area where one of Durk’s family members was stained. It could be concluded that the “ZAZA” rapper’s main form of promotion is to stir controversy by attacking his rivals. Sadly, this means one should not be too surprised to see more shots being taken at Durk via Von’s death.

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Disses King Von, Accuses Lil Durk Of Exploiting Rapper’s Death


Tekashi 6ix9ine slams Lil Durk accusing him of profiting off King Von.

The rap world has mourned a lot of their rising stars this year. One of the deaths that rocked many fans was the killing of King Von, who was fatally shot outside of an Atlanta hookah bar. As many continue to mourn the young rapper, one of his colleagues, Lil Durk, has taken it upon himself to offer whatever kind of help that he can give to Von’s family.

Recently he spent some time with Von’s children after releasing his highly anticipated album ‘The Voice’. While it appears he’s trying to do the decent thing and give support to the young family, rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine believes Durk is only exploiting the family for his own selfish reasons.

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While Durk obviously took the death of his friend hard, Tekashi made harsh and unfounded accusations via Twitter. He made his feelings known after Akademiks posted about Durk’s mixtape on Instagram. According to the Akademiks’ post, the project has been doing well so far and is expected to sell roughly 55,000 total album-equivalent units in its first week.

Tekashi 6ix9ine responded with, “Used Von name for sales. Is NOT blackballed has all industry support. 55k and his man was caught in 4K #KingVon REST IN PISS.”

The baseless and tactless comments from 6ix9ine does not add up, especially since before his death, Durk signed Von to his Only The Family imprint label. He did so a short while before Von released the single “Crazy Story” in 2018. This isn’t the first time that Tekashi has had words for Durk as he’s trolled him for low album sales before. That started a hot back and forth between the two on social media, which lasted for weeks. It seems like Tekashi 69 feels threatened because, in September, he said Drake was the only reason Lil Durk has ever been successful.


Boosie Badazz To Undergo Another Surgery To Save Leg


Boosie Badazz will need another surgery to save his leg.

Following a driveby shooting in which Boosie Badazz was injured on November 14, he’s revealed that his medical woes aren’t over. The rapper has already had two surgeries on his leg, and now it seems like he has to undergo another one.

Boosie was shot in the leg at a vigil for Mo3, a fellow rapper and close friend who was killed in Dallas. At first, following the shooting, vicious rumors began to spread that he’d lost his leg, but this turned out to be thankfully untrue. Still, it looks like it will be a long road for him to a full recovery.

Boosie has been using social media to keep fans updated about his progress and what else needs to be done before he is totally fit. On Twitter, he said, “2 Surgeries On My Leg and 1 More To Go #ShakeBack #4S&it,” he also revealed that he is in some pain, “My Phones Will Be Back On Tomorrow… Fighting The Pain #Thuglife.”

2 Surgeries On My Leg and 1 More To Go #ShakeBack #4Shit

— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) November 24, 2020

My Phones Will Be Back On Tomorrow… Fighting The Pain #Thuglife

— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) November 24, 2020

According to reports, Boosie was checked into the hospital for two surgeries. One was to remove bullet fragments while the other was add support to his damaged foot by inserting screws into it. That measure was also for him to heal properly. He hasn’t provided the reason why he needs the third surgery.

Rumors in the industry indicate that Mo3 might’ve been killed over beef with a rival local rapper. Dallas authorities are still investigating the matter, but in an interview with Vlad TV, which hasn’t been fully released as yet, Boosie said he anticipates a lot more violence to come. He also revealed that he was apparently invited to the same club that King Von was outside of when he was shot and killed.


Jeezy Breaks Down How He Handled A Very Tense Showdown With Gucci Mane


Jeezy is revealing how he handle what was a very contentious Verzuz with longtime foe Gucci Mane.

Jeezy’s post-analysis of Thursday’s historic Verzuz is heavily focused on how he managed to stay calm and focused during the at times tense battle. Speaking to hosts on The Breakfast Club on how he handled Gucci Mane’s “disrespectful” comments- making fun of his friend’s death Pookie Loc and even his sense of fashion, Jeezy says his maturity won’t let him be the person he once was.

“I looked at it like we ain’t sixth graders. We not kids,” Jeezy recalled. “You can’t antagonize me with something that we both understand ’cause I’m not in the same mental space as I was 20 years ago nor can I let you take me there.”

Jeezy says letting Gucci Mane taking back to that place he was two decades ago would’ve been more upsetting than anything else. Nevertheless, his self-control was admiral and even Charlamagne Tha God admitted in the interview that Jeezy won the Verzuz battle because of how he handled a very contentious situation.

The two rappers have been feuding since 2005. However, Jeezy says he has grown as a person from that time to now.

“I’m not that same person I was 20 years ago when that’s how things spiraled out of control anyway,” he explained. “I took the last 10 years to better myself because of a lot of things that happened in my life. I just promised myself that I would never put myself in those positions again.

During Thursday night’s event, Jeezy said his main reason for wanting to rap battle Gucci Mane was because it was needed as an example for the younger generation and the preservation of the culture, which has always been dominated by violence. Some rappers have even lost their lives in some of the incidents – the most recent King Von and Nipsey Hussle.

He said he and Gucci will now have to work on healing their relationship. “As men, it’s been going on almost two decades. It was a point when we were cool,” he said. “The real sh*t that went on, that’s just something me and him gonna have to figure out later on but for y’all it’s just like I understand it. The more it goes on, the worse it’s gonna be, we like the forefront of it so anybody who’s behind us, that’s the way to go. Time heals all. But that was effort–it’s in front of the world. It ain’t even for show. It’s real life–we both gotta come to grips with that. We both gotta really be men.”

More than 1.8 million viewers tuned in to see the Southern heavyweights battle it out. Gucci Mane himself has accepted the olive branch from Jeezy.

But this was the moment of the night! ????#Verzuz#JeezyvsGucciMane

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— HOT 97 (@HOT97) November 20, 2020

Watch the full interview below.


Jeezy Explains How Recent Gun Violence Inspired Gucci Mane Truce


Jeezy says some recent gun violence involving rappers like King Von and Mo3 inspired his truce with Gucci Mane.

This year has been fraught with bad news for everyone, and the hip hop community, in particular, has endured a wave of violence that has inspired several old school artists to speak out with words of warning for the new generation of rappers. Fresh off of an amazing kickoff to the second season of Verzuz, Jeezy stopped by The Breakfast Club to talk about his own reaction to the recent string of murders in the rap industry and how these events inspired him to make peace with his long time enemy, Gucci Mane.

“I just had to make a decision,” Jeezy said, referring to his voluntary collaboration with Gucci for their Verzuz battle. “It’s going to be about what I see going on and how I can contribute and let people understand it’s bigger than us.”

Jeezy went on to specifically mention the recent murder of King Von during a shootout outside of an Atlanta nightclub, saying, “For all the things you see, that King Von thing really touched me. I know Durk well and it was surreal to get that call. Them kids. It ain’t gotta be that way. It was a lot of that.” He also mentioned the two most recent shootings to make the headlines, adding, “What happened to Mo3, what happened to Boosie. It was a crazy weekend.”

Jeezy and Gucci had a highly publicized beef involving the shooting death of Jeezy’s friend and an affiliate in the early 2000’s, but the two ATL icons decided to put the past behind them and focus on the music this week when they agreed to go head to head on Timbaland and Swizz Beatz’ quarantine-inspired platform, Verzuz. The battle had more than a couple of jabs, but ultimately the men ended on a peaceful note and showed the world that reconciliation is possible.


Boosie Badazz Says More Blood Will Spill Over King Von’s Murder, “I don’t like to see that sh*t”


Boosie says King Von’s death started a war.

Boosie Badazz was working on a song with King Von before his demise. In Part 4 of his recent interview with VladTV, Boosie said that he had just met the rapper, and they were chopping up. Von even phoned Boosie on the day he was killed to let him know that he was working on his verse for one of their collabs. “He hit me back and told me ‘I’m on it I’m finna knock it out.’ And he got killed that night,” Boosie said in the interview.

Lil Boosie believes that King Von’s death started a war. The Baton Rouge rapper told VladTV that “In the streets, you gotta stand up and be like, f**k that,” he said. “That’s the only way you get respect. It’s war banging. It’s a war now. I don’t like to see that sh*t. It don’t lead to nothing but blood and jail… I don’t like to see that sh*t.”

Boosie Badazz, who was shot in a separate incident over the weekend at a tribute for late Dallas rapper Mo3, revealed in the interview that he was invited to the hookah lounge in Atlanta where King Von died that same night. Now he feels like he could have done something to prevent the 26-year-old rapper’s death.

“The hookah lounge was telling me to like come out, everybody was trying to get me to come out,” Boosie said. “I was gonna go bro but I had to make a move. Damn bro, I just feel like I probably could have talked to them n***s or somethin’. That sh*t f***ked up.”

The thought that he could have made a difference may be disconcerting for Boosie, but who is to tell what the rapper avoided by not showing up that night. Even if you think it’s ironic he recently got shot, he is still here.


King Von – No Flaws Lyrics


Play this song

[Intro]
No flaws
King Von
I ain’t got no flaws
No flaws
King Von
DJ on the beat, so it’s a banger

[Chorus]
I ain’t got no flaws
So please don’t bring your ho ’round me
I brush my teeth, then floss
These diamonds, ain’t no cavities
Boy, I got all this sauce
Foreign bitches be on me
Got diamonds in my watch
I can’t tell what time it is

[Verse 1]
Bitch, get out, now walk
Told these hoes ’bout playin’ with me
And he outlined in chalk
All my bullets RIP’s
She left me, haha
Man, these hoes be so funny
And you know how I rock
All these hoes in love with me
When I pull up, they run
All the opps, they run from me
And they call me King Von
K-I-N-G-V-O-N, say

[Chorus]
I ain’t got no flaws
So please don’t bring your ho ’round me
I brush my teeth, then floss
These diamonds, ain’t no cavities
Boy, I got all this sauce
Foreign bitches be on me
Got diamonds in my watch
I can’t tell what time it is

[Verse 2]
I don’t wanna talk
Baby, don’t you talk to me
And my new house, I bought
Closet big, come walk in it
And three-car my garage
I just put a horse in it
I don’t like her no more
It ain’t no point in forcing it
And Von, he the G.O.A.T
I be ducking all the pigs
I turn up at my shows
I swear I love all my fans

[Chorus]
I ain’t got no flaws
So please don’t bring your ho ’round me
I brush my teeth, then floss
These diamonds, ain’t no cavities
Boy, I got all this sauce
Foreign bitches be on me
Got diamonds in my watch
I can’t tell what time it is
I ain’t got no flaws
So please don’t bring your ho ’round me
I brush my teeth, then floss
These diamonds, ain’t no cavities
Boy, I got all this sauce
Foreign bitches be on me
Got diamonds in my watch
I can’t tell what time it is




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