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EXCLUSIVE: Lil Durk Details Recent Gun Charge; Previous Incarceration

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(AllHipHop News) Chicago MC Lil Durk was in Miami, Florida this weekend to promote his upcoming new mixtape “Signed to the Streets,” which is hosted by veteran, DJ Drama.

Lil Durk sat down with AllHipHop.com and opened up about his second gun charge, which occurred on June 5, in his hometown. The rapper was accused of tossing a loaded .40 caliber handgun into his vehicle as police approached him on South Green Street.

Lil Durk, born Durk Banks, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.

“Having a name, they so thirsty they want the name,” Lil Durk told AllHipHop.com “I’m going to beat it though, I’m not worried about that s**t. I’m still going to court for it. I had to do my parole time for my last gun case, this is my second gun case .”

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Durk was sentenced to a year in prison for a gun violation in 2012, after being convicted of unlawful use of a weapon. The rapper was released in July of 2012.

“It was the worst,” Lil Durk revealed to AllHipHop.com. “I was in Stateville [Maximum Correctional Center]. You only leave out your cell one time a week. You eat three times a day, but your’e last meal is at 4:00PM. I was plugged in there though, so I was eating on the regular.”

Lil Durk only received one phone call per-day while he was incarcerated at Stateville. The strict limit on his phone calls hindered his communication with Glory Boyz Entertainment boss, Chief Keef. But the pair still managed to communicate while Durk was locked down.

“At the same time I’m in there doing me, I don’t depend on nobody else,” Lil Durk explained. “With the State of your s**t you only get one call a week. 15 minutes, so I ain’t calling them, I’m calling my baby momma. She gonna relay messages. “

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