As Lil Durk and Quando Rondo seem to be gearing up to release new tracks, the conflict between OTF and Never Broke Again only worsens. Durk has been teasing the arrival of a new project for a while now, but he hasn’t revealed anything about it. Before releasing OTF’s Loyal Brothers album in December, the rapper released his last album, 7220, more than a year ago. However, he is gearing up to secure the summer with his follow-up.
He has been hyping the release in recent weeks. He began by saying that the upcoming project “ain’t regular,” but he did not elaborate. Most recently, he said he wouldn’t hesitate to tread on anyone’s release date. He recently stated on Instagram, “I can drop this single and f*ck the streets up on god. “Your scheduled release date isn’t secure, son,” Although it appeared to be unclear who was being targeted, the Never Broke Again team’s most recent response suggests they took it personally.
In a string of tweets from a new account this morning, NBA Youngboy addressed Durk’s most recent post. However, YB didn’t hold back either, labeling Durk “old” and refuting Joe Budden’s claim that the “Stop The Violence” campaign wasn’t genuinely motivated by a desire to end violence. I’ll be in the streets, kiss my ass bitch,” YB tweeted. In another tweet, he said, “Old ass think he slick quit watching me,” addressing Durk as a supporter.
Even though Quando Rondo doesn’t have the same fan base as Durk or Youngboy, he doesn’t seem to mind if the Chicago rapper releases on the same day. He said, “Drop that shit. We all on a time schedule,” in response to Durk’s remark about release dates. In a recent statement, Quando Rondo said that his upcoming record would be released in a month and honor the late Lul Pab, who was shot and killed last summer.