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Photos Of Lil Durk’s Opps Threatening Him While Sitting on Durk’s Grandma’s Porch

Photos of Lil Durk’s opps throwing subliminal warnings at him while in front of his grandmother’s home have gone viral on the internet. Durk should be cautious with these kinds of photos.

Vlad got more;

Before he became a household name in hip-hop, Lil Durk dropped a music video for “Granny Crib” back in 2018. As he slowly rose to the forefront of hip hop, legendary landmarks tied to the rapper, such as O-Block, the King Von Mural, and Southside Chicago in general, have become tourist destinations for OTF fans. Unfortunately, they have also become somewhat of a gateway for rivals who wish to gain notoriety and/or have their manhood tested.

A rap duo from the Englewood neighborhood of South Chicago named Y.T.N Rapper & A Trapper recently took to Instagram to share photos of themselves while standing on the front porch of a home that reportedly belongs to Lil Durk’s Granny. In the viral photo, the alleged rivals of Lil Durk, appear to be throwing up gang signs.

“They Know We Be Turnt We Ave Makin Shit Hot 30s n Rugars 50s n Glocks we get the lo start posting at spots Young Trench N***** NMGJBLOCK 073…#7***kDeluxe Ain’t this Lil Durk Granny Crib,” the caption read.

I doubt that Durk’s grandma still stays there, but you never know.

In 2011, Durk was arrested on a weapons charge and sentenced to three months in jail. He was later released on bond, only to be sent back to serve 87 more days.[82][83] On June 5, 2013, Durk was arrested after allegedly throwing a loaded .40 caliber handgun into his car when police approached him on South Green Street in Chicago. He was charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.[84] He was held on $100,000 bond, and his lawyer would claim to have nine affidavits from witnesses who confirm Durk’s innocence. One witness also admitted the gun was his. Durk was released on July 18, 2013.

On September 4, 2015, hours before a scheduled concert performance at the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a shootout occurred, leaving Durk’s tour bus damaged by gunfire, and one man dead during the scene. Durk was not arrested or questioned by police.

On August 19, 2016, Durk was cleared of disregarding probation when he was arrested on felony gun charges; the judge dropped the charges.

In June 2019, Lil Durk and King Von were arrested on attempted murder charges. According to prosecutors, the two men robbed and shot a man outside a popular Atlanta drive-in, for a Jeep Cherokee and $30,000, on February 5, 2019.[89] After weeks in jail, Durk and Von were released on $250,000 & $300,000 bonds, respectively.

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