Lil Durk revealed in a new interview that he will be responding to Game and Tyga's "L.A. To Chiraq".
The Lil Durk and Tyga beef continues to snowball, with new rappers getting involved almost every day. So far both Game and Compton Menace have contributed to the beef, and according to Durk, it's not quite over yet.
In an interview with Chicago's DJ Moondawg, Durk said that while it would be his last response, he will be recording another diss track aimed at Tyga and Game.
When asked why Game had gotten involved in his beef with Tyga, Durk responded jokingly with, "He need help". The Signed To The Streets rapper then explained that he feels he has to respond, but stressed the beef would be kept on record. "I'm on 'em. I gotta reply back. That's getting disrespected. That's like disrespecting my city, so I'm on it."
As far as what to expect from the upcoming track, Durk said he'd be enlisting a collaborator from his city. "He kept it L.A., I'm gonna keep it Chicago," he said. "Big homie Bump J, I talked to him earlier. This record going to be crazy. "
The OTF rapper then briefly addressed fellow Chicagoan and former collaborator Chief Keef's Twitter and Instagram endorsement of Tyga's diss track. "When the Tyga and Game song dropped, he posted it on his page," he said, indicating that prior to that, he felt things were cool between him and Sosa. "I'm like he ain't disrespect me only, he disrespected the whole Chicago, like he's running with another city. I'm not reaching out to him. It's over with. He with L.A."
Listen to the full interview below.