Lil Durk and NBA YoungBoy have finally put their feud to rest, ending their long-standing beef. The two rappers confirmed their peace treaty through their social media accounts.
The news was initially reported by DJ Akademiks during his Twitch live stream, and it quickly spread throughout the internet. Fans also noticed that Lil Durk had liked the tweet containing Akademiks’ update.
In addition, NBA YoungBoy’s Instagram fan account, which is believed to be run by the rapper himself, shared the news with its one million+ followers.
The tension between the two artists stemmed from the late King Von’s issues with Quando Rondo, who is signed to NBA YoungBoy’s Never Broke Again label. King Von was killed in November 2020 after attacking Quando Rondo, and the two camps have been at odds ever since.
The end of the feud marks a significant moment for hip-hop culture, considering the amount of violence that has occurred in recent years. While there are no talks of collaborations, both rappers continue to release new music.
NBA YoungBoy recently dropped his new album, “Don’t Try This At Home,” which debuted in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. He also has the lead single on the upcoming “Fast X” soundtrack with the song “Won’t Back Down.”
Meanwhile, Lil Durk has been hyping his new album, which features a J. Cole collaboration that he believes will be a classic.
With the end of their beef, fans of both rappers can look forward to enjoying their music without any underlying tension or hostility.