Lil Durk Addresses 6ix9ine ‘Ambushing’ His Perkio Lookalike On ‘7220’ Deluxe

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Lil Durk dropped off the deluxe edition of his chart-topping 7220 album on Friday (June 24), adding 14 new songs to the project to bring the total sum up to 31.

Among these new tracks is “Huuuh,” a rambunctious trap song that finds Durk partially commenting on 6ix9ine ambushing his viral doppelgänger Perkio in an attempt to taunt the Chicago lyricist back in April.

“Man I’m Durk and you got my ‘lo, why you play with Perk?” Durk raps on the song. “Fuck the feds who walk around with you, them n-ggas gon’ get hurt.”

 

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The verse was in response to a video 6ix9ine posted of him and his entourage swarming Perkio and gifting him a jacket with the late King Von embroidered on the back.

“@lildurk I had a gift for the bro,” the rainbow-haired rapper captioned a video showing him placing the jacket over Perkio’s shoulders as he looks visibly uncomfortable. “Your n-ggas ain’t never gon’ slide but they definitely rep you all day on t-shirts.”

“We got bro the jacket,” 6ix9ine explains in the clip as Durk’s twin fidgets. “You good, just leave the jacket on.”

 

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Perkio explained after the video went viral that he had arranged to meet up with someone for a collaboration, but that someone ended up being 6ix9ine.

“This was never supposed to happen,” he said on Instagram Live. “Like, never. I was literally supposed to collab with Steve Will Do It. Like I literally wanted to collab with Steve Will Do It because he hit me up first.”

He added, “6ix9ine, you need to man up bro. You need to man up…You can’t be doing that lame ass shit. You’re using my face ‘cause I look like Durk. You’re using my face to disrespect [Durk’s] crew. That’s really lame.”

7220 initially dropped on March 11 and featured appearances from Future, Gunna, Summer Walker and country star Morgan Wallen. The deluxe version, which Durk said was chosen by his children, features additional collaborations with Moneybagg Yo, EST Gee, Doodie Lo, Ella Mai and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

Lil Durk’s 7220 debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, earning 120,5000 total album-equivalent units in its first week, a figure that is now well over the 500,000 mark.

Listen to “Huuuh” below.