Lil Durk Claims Someone From 6ix9ine's Camp Tried to Pay Him $3 Million to Continue Trolling (UPDATE)

Lil Durk refused the offer.

This is a photo of Lil Durk.

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This is a photo of Lil Durk.

UPDATED 8/31, 10:40 a.m. ET: Over the weekend, Lil Tjay shared on his IG Stories that someone from 6ix9ine's camp also reached out to him to troll for a hefty payment.


UPDATED 8/30, 7:46 p.m. ET: 6ix9ine is now also claiming he was offered $5 million by Durk's label to help promote his upcoming project after the last album "flopped." Even though he never mentions anyone by name, 6ix9ine alludes to Durkio's feature on Drake's latest single and acknowledges that, like his rival, he's not being truthful, saying, "So, since we lying, they tried to pay me $5 million. They tried to pay me $5 million. Can you believe that?" 

6ix9ine claims he was offered $5 million to troll lil Durk and promo his album

— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) August 30, 2020

See original story from 8/29/20.

Lil Durk and 6ix9ine have been going back and forth on social media since 6ix9ine announced his album release date in Chicago. Now, Lil Durk has more to say about why he’s been trolling so much.

6ix9ine announced his new album Tattle Tales would be releasing on Sept. 4. Lil Durk, maybe to mess with the person he’s called a rat before, decided to also drop a new album on Sept. 4. His is called The Voice and the link to pre-order it is not available yet…so he says.

The voice sep4th link not in bio 🥶

— THE VOICE (@lildurk) August 28, 2020

According to Akademiks, Durkio flexed on 6ix9ine with the current Billboard Hot 100 ranking, showing that his collab with Drake “Laugh Now Cry Later” is at No. 2 while Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” is at No. 1.

6ix9ine jumped into the comments on Akademiks’ post, pointing out that Drake is featured on the song, which is why its gotten such a boost. Durk countered with the fact that 6ix9ine’s song “Trollz” featured Nicki Minaj when he debuted at No. 1.



During an IG Live, Durk claims someone from 6ix9ine’s camp contacted someone from his camp, offering the Chicago rapper $3 million if he kept trolling 6ix9ine. Controversy sells records, right?


“Man listen, that shit dead man,” Durk says. “I never turn my back on the fucking streets.”

To prove his point, he even shared it on his IG Stories.

This is a photo of Lil Durk.


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