Lil Durk Addresses 6ix9ine ‘Rat’ Diss on Drake’s ‘Laugh Now Cry Later’
Written by B87FM on August 18, 2020
Final week, Drake launched his new single “Snicker Now Cry Later” that includes a shock look from Lil Durk.
However the collaboration didn’t come with out controversy. The monitor features a lyric that many have interpreted as a shot at 6ix9ine. “Are you able to not play that lil’ boy within the membership ’trigger we don’t take heed to rats?” raps Durk.
Throughout an interview with Energy 106’s “The Morning Crew” on Monday, Durk was requested who he was referring to, however he wouldn’t say whether or not the snitch in query was Tekashi.
“Whoever make music and rat, I’m talkin’ to you,” he responded. “Whether or not it’s one particular person, two individuals, three individuals, I’m talkin’ to your ass.”
When informed that he might get some smoke for his feedback, Durk mentioned convey it on. “You realize I’m from Chicago,” he mentioned.
He additionally revealed how his collaboration with the 6 God got here collectively. “We already been locked in. It was simply excellent timing. Sooner or later, [Drake] simply hit me, like, ‘Let’s do it.’ I simply knocked that motherfu**er out.”
Whereas his verse was properly obtained, it additionally had followers wishing it was longer. “It wasn’t [Drake’s] fault. I might’ve gave him longer,” he mentioned. “Once I despatched it to [Drake], he was like, ‘Man, I want it was longer.’”
Within the music video, which was shot on the Nike World Headquarters in Oregon, Drake and Durk channel LeBron James and Derrick Rose with their outsized Draft Day fits. “Once I went within the dressing room, I’m like, ‘This shit ain’t my measurement,’” mentioned Durk earlier than realizing it was all a part of the plan.