Why did NBA YoungBoy diss Lil Durk with ‘I Hate YoungBoy’, fans say he's ‘winning this beef’

The Louisiana native only took shots at Lil Durk but also his fiancée India and other industry icons like Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, King Von and others


                            Why did NBA YoungBoy diss Lil Durk with ‘I Hate YoungBoy’, fans say he's ‘winning this beef’
NBA YoungBoy and Lil Durk (Photos by [email protected]/Gonzalo Marroquin/Getty Images)

Hours after Lil Durk took shots at his arch-rival NBA YoungBoy and his associates with a diss track called ‘AHHH HA’, the latter decided to revert in the same way as he released his new single ‘I Hate YoungBoy’. NBA YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, is currently on house arrest and that might be the reason why it did not take long enough for him to drop a diss track.
 
The Louisiana native only took shots at Lil Durk but also his fiancée India and other industry stalwarts like Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, King Von, 21 Savage, Boosie Badazz, and a few others. YoungBoy and Durk taking shots at each other quickly broke the Internet as their fans clashed on Twitter arguing who did better. YoungBoy fans, however, seemed more aggressive claiming that the 22-year-old clearly won the beef.  
 
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NBA YoungBoy vs Lil Durk

Lil Durk’s close rapper friend King Von was tragically shot and killed in November 2020 after an altercation with associates of Quando Rondo- who is signed to YoungBoy’s Never Broke Again record label. YoungBoy had also mentioned King Von in his song ‘Bring the Hook’ released in January 2022 that apparently did not go down well with Durk. Noting the same, Durk dissed YoungBoy and his associates with his brand new track ‘AHH HA’. In the song, he raps, “Don't respond to s**t with Von (Yeah, yeah, yeah)/ I'm like, "F**k it, you tripping, go get your gun" (Let's get it, yeah, gun)/ They dropping locations, I'm getting it done (Woo, woo, woo, gang)/ F**k tweeting, we sliding, the feds will come (Yeah, yeah, yeah, man, what?).”
 
NBA YoungBoy, in his latest banger, calls out Durk and India while rapping, “Quando got no filter, and he say that, they gon’ f**k with ‘em/ Clean up on aisle O, youngin let that chop blow/ Ayy, my brother let that stick blow, [n-word] know that’s my smoke/ He called me a bi**h, that’s India, that be your ho.”  While dissing late King Von, he spits, “Pu**y bi**h dissin’ me / Mad about his dead homie.” DJ Akademiks too took to Twitter as he could not resist the heat between two young rappers. He first tweeted, “NBA Youngboy done dissed on this one song... Lil Durk, India (durk gf), Durk dad, King Von, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, Boosie, Apple, Youtube Streamers, Chinese Kitty, The Whole Industry…wow.” And then posted, “Why NBA Youngboy going so crazy on eerbody. Wat y’all did to him!?”

NBA YoungBoy ([email protected] Never Broke Again)

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

‘NBA YoungBoy damn near ended Lil Durk career’

Hip-hop fans thronged to Twitter as soon as they checked out YoungBoy’s new diss track. “I’m convinced NBA YoungBoy winning this beef cause there isn’t a line he not willing to cross”, said one user as another posted, “Youngboy done went savage on that new song he dropped, felt like he dissed me too.” One fan said, “NBA YoungBoy want all the smoke wit the entire industry.” As another shared, “NBA youngboy better not diss Ukraine next bro gonna start world war 3.” The next one tweeted, “NBA Youngboy damn near ended lil durk career.” One individual posted, “NBA YOUNGBOY IS A F**KIN MENACE” and another added, “NBA youngboy dissed india too [n-word] got no filter lmaoo.” One tweeted, “YOUNGBOY GOT THE INTERNET IN THE PALM OF HIS HAND RN” as another concluded, “Lil Durk crying rn, he can’t ever respond to this.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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