Earlier this week, Maybach Music Group's Meek Mill released a track titled "ChiRaq" which had contributions from Shy Glizzy and Lil Durk. The song, though being a remix of Nicki Minaj's street single by the same title, went viral quickly, partially due to Lil Durk's harsh words directed at Young Money emcee, Tyga.
Tyga quickly responded with a diss track, "Chiraq to L.A." over the same instrumental to address how he felt about Lil Durk's words and how California reigns supreme. Helping on the track was the seasoned veteran, Game. In a recent interview with another one of Chicago's own, DJ Moondawg of WGCI, he said a response to Tyga's counter diss is on the way.
"I'm on him. I got to reply back, ya know? That's getting disrespected. That's like disrespecting my city, so I'm on it," the OTF rapper told DJ Moondawg. Durk also wants to have a feature from another Chicagoan on the track and stated that Bump J was the rapper of choice.
There has been a significant amount of concern from fans that the beef will escalate to the point that, instead of shots taken on a track, actual shots will be taken in person between the two and this new feud will end in violence. The recent XXL freshman Durk made a comment in the same radio interview that it will all be ". . .strictly on a track," and no violence will occur but, after his next response, he will lay it all to rest saying ". . .it'll all be over. I can't give him no more fame."
As far as the endorsement of "Chiraq To L.A." from former associate Chief Keef goes, Durk is quite disappointed. "I'm like he ain't disrespected me only, he disrespected the whole Chicago, like he's running with another city. I'm not reaching out to him. It's over with. He with L.A." said the young artist. Though he hasn't given a date for when the response is going to drop, he did talk about it with a sense of hastiness. It will be interesting to see what Durk has to say.