Lil Durk’s single “All My Life” tops NBA YoungBoy’s entire album when it comes to streaming numbers.
Spotify reports that “All My Life” (featuring J. Cole) has racked up over 21 million streams across the digital platform and NBA YoungBoy’s Richest opp Mixtape has reached over 15 million streams.
YoungBoy and Soulja Boy were furious when Durk announced he wanted to release his upcoming album on the same day as them, but he pushed his album back.
After moving the date, YoungBoy trolled Durk online.
“Bitchh-ass n-gga, you pushed back, you may never try again. Don’t play with me,” he said on Live.
Weeks ago, DJ Akademiks reported that the couple was annoyed about everything.
“The beef is squashed. You didn’t hear it?” he said on the livestream. “I’m serious. Durk and YoungBoy are out of beef,” Ak added.
YoungBoy obviously still has issues with Durk, but Durk tweeted that he won’t fight with other rappers just because the labels are trying to pay him to do it.
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