Although Chicago rappers Lil Durk and Chief Keef have had some occasional beef here, Durk claims he is definitely down to collaborate with his fellow Chi-Town rapper. During his interview with Vlad TV, Durk claims his beef with Keef isn’t anything big and that everyone has their own problems at some point in life.
According to Durk, he is not opposed to working with Chief Keef despite their past feud and that working with other artists helps expand his fanbase.
“Yeah, bruh,” Lil Durk said when asked if he would work with Chief Keef. “That shit ain’t shit, bruh. Everybody just be going through they own little problems and they own little stages. That shit ain’t shit. Everybody gonna work in Chicago. It’s more money out here. When you together more money flow in. More fans, you share fanbases. That’s how I look at it. Niggas probably don’t look at it like that. This shit could be gone tomorrow then you back right to square one. Now you back in the streets.” (HipHopDX)
For well over a year, both Chief Keef and Lil Durk have exchanged verbal blows via social media and in various interviews. Most recently, Durk criticized Keef after the rapper posted Tyga and Game’s “ChiRaq To LA” record. During an interview with WGCI in May of this year, Durk revealed that Keef “disrespected the whole Chicago” by posting the song. (HipHopDX)