If the term “better late than never” could fit a scenario Lil Durk’s new declaration to stop “name dropping the dead” would be a contender. If a “journey of one thousand miles begins with a step” stopping the hurtful practice in “songs” would be a footprint. The Chicago rapper rose to fame in 2012 following the release of his third mixtape “Life ain’t a joke” and brought his chair from the heart of Englewood to sit beside raps elite. Fans aren’t aware of what gave rise to the noble decision. However if the recent death of his close friend and affiliate King Von induced the gesture we couldn’t think of a better way to honor the late rappers legacy while positively cementing his own.
BY: BEWITTY Staff