Lil Durk and NBA Youngboy have apparently put an end to their years-long feud, according to DJ Akademiks.
The two rappers’ rivalry has been a source of tension within the music industry for some time, but Akademiks announced during a live stream that they have since settled their differences. Although the beef between their crews has been high since King Von’s murder, Durk quietly liked a post from @YBUpdate announcing the end to their issues. While neither rapper has publicly commented on the matter, this development bodes well for their respective careers.
“Nah, that beef is squashed. You ain’t hear?” DJ Akademiks said on his broadcast. “Oh, I might have forgot to tell the public that: Durk and them don’t have beef no more.”
Lil Durk & NBA Youngboy Put Their Differences Aside
DJ Akademiks said NBA YoungBoy and Lil Durk has Officially Squashed their Beef 😳‼️pic.twitter.com/u3DM4SW0uX
— Youngboy Updates ⚜️ (@YbUpdate) May 4, 2023
For Lil Durk, the timing couldn’t be better as he prepares to drop his new album. He recently shared a snippet of his upcoming collaboration with J. Cole, which they reportedly shot a music video for. Durk has been focused on improving both personally and professionally, and his decision to end his beef with NBA Youngboy shows that he is committed to making positive changes in his life.
On the other hand, NBA Youngboy has yet to confirm whether the rumors are true. However, he recently released his second album under Motown Records, “Don’t Try This At Home,” which has further cemented his status as a commercial success. He also recently made history by becoming the youngest artist to ever achieve 100 entries on the Billboard Hot 100. While it’s unclear if the two rappers will collaborate in the future, it’s good to see that they won’t be taking shots at each other anymore.