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Sunday, June 22, 2014

Lil Durk Says His Beef With Tyga Is Explained On "Signed To The Streets 2"

While being interviewed by ThisIs50, Lil Durk spilled more beans on his beef with Tyga, saying that the LA rapper paid Game for his "Chi-Raq" verse and that "all the questions" about the beef would be answered on "Signed To The Streets 2." Lil Durk recently stopped by ThisIs50 to give an interview, and the resulting video contains some more juicy beef between him and Tyga. Durk alleged that Tyga paid Game to do a verse on his remix of Nicki Minaj and Lil Herb's "Chi-Raq," and he also spoke on the beef's origins and its relation to his upcoming mixtape. First dissing Game by saying that he trying to holler at Tiffney Cambridge (and falsely calling her Game's "wife"), Durk then moved on to field questions about his Tyga beef from the hosts. He initially said that the problem arose in the studio after a disagreement, but after being pressed for more details, said simply, “I got all the questions [answered] on the mixtape," referring to his Signed To The Streets 2 project that will drop July 2nd. Later on, the THisIs50 hosts probed Durk about Game's involvement in the feud, which began when he tacked on a verse to Tyga's "Chi-raq" remix. When asked how Game ended up on the track, Durk responded, "I heard a rumor [Tyga] paid him," speaking on the rumor that's been floating around for a while. "I don't even know that guy," he said about Game. Talk then moved to Chi-raq itself, namely the city's youth violence problem, which is something Durk had some wise words on. “Put the guns down,” he said, “That’s all I’m saying. Chicago fucked up. Every city has they time on the violence, but that shit overboard over there.” Watch the full interview below.

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