6ix9ine Taunts Lil Durk Over His Brother’s Death In Alleged Shooting – 6ix9ine a.k.a. Tekashi69 shows no sympathy to Lil Durk despite a recent family tragedy that hit the latter.
6ix9ine Taunts Lil Durk Over His Brother’s Death In Alleged Shooting:
Tekashi 69 wasted no time disrespecting Lil Durk After the horrible death of his older brother DThang. After learning of news that the Chicago rapper’s brother DThang was killed in alleged shooting, the New York City native wasted no time to troll his nemesis.
The “GUMMO” spitter took to Instagram Story on Sunday, June 6 to taunt Durk, calling for the latter to avenge his brother’s death. “WHEN WILL YOU SLIDEEEEEERE,” so he wrote. “I know ‘excuses.’ ‘The feds watchin.’ ‘You Tranna get n***as caught up.’ ”
As he continued to rub salt into the wound, Tekashi, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, added, “YOUR BROTHER JUST GOT A BULLET IN HIS HEAD…GOOOOO SLIDEEEE.”
He didn’t stop there as he continued to mock Durk over his brother’s death in the comments of the latter’s Instagram post, in which the Only the Family record founder promoted 4TF merchandise. “Your brother just died and you want to sell sweaters [rolling on the floor laughing emojis],” Tekashi wrote.
Lil Durk’s Brother OTF DThang Dies At 32 In Fatal Shooting Outside Of Chicago Nightclub:
Lil Durk’s brother and fellow rapper OTF DThang has died at 32 in a fatal shooting in Chicago.
OTF DThang, whose real name was Dontay Banks Jr., was found dead in the wake of the shooting on South Loomis Boulevard, with an autopsy pending, authorities in Cook County, Illinois told TMZ Sunday.
Witnesses saw the shooting, which took place outside of a nightclub, the outlet reported, citing that OTF DThang was deceased in the immediate aftermath of the shooting.
A number of people chimed in with condolences in the wake of the tragic incident.
Producer Murda Beatz wrote, ‘R.I.P. DThang,’ with emojis of a heart and hands in prayer.
Chicago-based producer DJ L Beats said on Instagram Stories that OTF had ‘advocated for [him] and [his] sound when most didn’t,’ expressing his gratitude for his friendship and help.
‘In this industry, you have few people who embrace young artist, producers, writers etc. and give them an equal shot with their camp but you were one of those rare men who did. I always appreciated your support and the power studio convos king.’
Lil Durk, 28, whose real name is Durk Derrick Banks, has lost a number of friends and confidantes in recent years, including producer Turn Me Up Josh last week, and fellow rap star King Von in an Atlanta shooting last November.
The rising hitmaker, who has had singles such as Should’ve Ducked and Still Trappin’, has collaborated with other musical stars such as Future and Kevin Gates.
Lil Durk’s manager Ola Ali last month told the Chicago Tribune that the artist worked hard amid the pandemic shutdown with touring ceased last year.
‘It allowed Durk to lock in on the music while everybody else focused on all the other stuff,’ said Ali, who met Durk through OTF DThang, according to the paper.