New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is just straight disrespectful when he’s feuding with his enemies. The hip-hop star has stepped up to blast away at his longtime rap foe Lil Durk and this time he dragged Durkio’s late protégé King Von.
Tekashi 6ix9ine Won’t Stop Disrespecting Lil Durk
6ix9ine went to his Instagram page with a TikTok clip joking about someone in heaven not having his team get vengeance for his death. Tekashi took things a step further by sharing another clip of Von rapping “my n*ggas gonna slide everyday” before his 2020 death. Tek even referenced the recent fatal shooting of Durk’s brother DThang.
“😂😂😂 He really thought ya loved him 😂😂😂 He believed y’all 🤣🤣🤣 if he ain’t slide for his brother who got shot in the head you thought u be different 😂😂😂😂😂😂”
Tekashi 6ix9ine Blasts Lil Durk
In early June, a screenshot showing a headline revealing Durk’s family loss initially started to circulate online. Tekashi ultimately reacted to the post in an Instagram comments section with a reference to Durk’s late slain affiliate King Von.
“Time to smoke a NEW pack .. it’s like every week.. I didn’t even finish enjoying smoking Von yet 🤣🤣 YALL dying to fast”
According to reports, Durk’s brother suffered a fatal gunshot wound to his head outside of a Chicago nightclub. Details were still coming together on the attack.
Cook County officials tell us Dontay Banks Jr. — DThang’s government name — was found deceased on the 7900 block of S. Loomis Blvd. in Chicago, and has been assigned a case number. An autopsy still has to be done to figure out the cause and manner of death. Reports say DThang was shot in the head outside of a nightclub and died on the spot … citing alleged witnesses who say they saw the shooting go down. (TMZ)
BREAKING: Lil Durk’s Brother DThang Killed
Although details were still coming together, musician Calboy initially delivered the horrible reveal on his Twitter page. There’s also speculation he lost his life outside of a Chicago nightclub from gun violence.
“R.I.P Dthang it’s was always love when ya saw me”
Durk’s brother Dontay Banks Jr. went by the nickname DThang.
‘Voice of the Heroes’ First-Week Sales Projections
The crushing news came just a couple days after Durk and fellow rap star Lil Baby put out their new Voice of the Heroes album. The album was cruising to an easy chart-topping debut.
The collaboration between Lil Baby & Lil Durk, The Voice of the Heroes (Quality Control/Alamo/Motown), will open at #1 on next Friday’s HITS Top 50. After one day, we’re projecting more than 200m audio streams the album’s first week. Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR (Geffen) will cross the 1m mark in YTD activity, with a projected 130-135k its third week. Lil Baby & Lil Durk (QC/Alamo/Motown): 165-185k; 4-7k albums. (HITS Daily Double)