As new projects from both labels’ artists are set to be released, the feud between Never Broke Again and OTF has been rekindled. NBA YoungBoy, also known as YoungBoy Never Broke Again, and Quando Rondo have apparently taken shots at Lil Durk following his threat to interfere with another artist’s album release date.
Durkio has been teasing his upcoming album “The Voice 2.0” for a while now, hinting that it will be anything but ordinary. He recently warned that he won’t hesitate to step on other artists’ release dates, stating on Instagram that he could “f**k the streets up” with a single release. Meanwhile, YoungBoy announced that his album “Don’t Try This at Home” will be released in April, and Quando Rondo is preparing to drop “1633,” which is set to be released in March.
Upon hearing about Durkio’s warning, YB responded with a heated message on Thursday, March 2. Quando also appeared to respond to Durk’s message on his Instagram Story, urging him to release his music on time. However, Durk later posted a cryptic message on his own Story, seemingly wanting no trouble with the other two rappers.