Lil Durk and Chief Keef have been beefing since both rose to fame and became the faces of Chicago’s hip-hop scene. Both have patched things up, though, and are back to working with each other again.
In an interview with Vlad TV, Durk admits the beef was never too serious.
“People look at it like, ‘Oh, they bump heads, this was gonna happen,’ but it ain’t never nothing violent anyway,” he explained. “All the arguments we had on Twitter, it go that way when you mad. Ain’t nobody finna do nothing to each other.”
He goes on to say the two hopped on Facetime to talk out their issues.
“I Facetimed him. He Facetimed me. We talked it out,” said Durk. “I had a grudge, he had a grudge. We killed it and put it in the middle of the floor. It’s over with now, so we working. We’ve giving the fans what they wanna see. They been wanting to see that for a long time.”