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6ix9ine Trolls Lil Durk After Brother’s Death

todayJune 7, 2021

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Even in the worst of times, 6ix9ine continues to be disrespectful.

Lil Durk’s brother DThang was reportedly shot and killed outside a Chicago nightclub on Saturday at age 32. While friends of Durk have expressed their sympathy in the wake of the tragedy, Tekashi decided to go after his rival following the tragedy.

In response to a headline on DJ Akademiks’ Instagram page, Tekashi mocked the Chicago rapper.

“@lildurk tell the truth about yo Gang man they really dyin,” he commented alongside several laughing emojis.

The notorious troll left a series of other disrespectful comments across social media including on Durk’s post promoting his Voice of the Heroes merch. “Your brother just died and you want to sell sweaters,” he wrote with laughing emojis.

In another comment, he added, “Time to smoke a NEW pack .. it’s like every week.. I didn’t even finish enjoying smoking [King] Von yet YALL dying to fast.”

Earlier this year, Tekashi mocked Durk over the death of his artist King Von and his cousin Nuski. “You ain’t killed shit, you let your man’s die,” he rapped on “ZAZA.” “They killed your cousin and your man and you still ain’t do shit.”

Durk, who once said that 6ix9ine’s camp offered him $3 million to keep their feud going, has vowed to never address 6ix9ine again. “I ain’t gone never respond to this ni**a ever fu**in’ again,” he wrote in August after seemingly dissing Tekashi on Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later.”

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