(AllHipHop News) Now that the issues between Chicago's Lil Durk and Los Angeles' The Game are settled, Durk is speaking out about exactly what happened the night the two rappers confronted each other at a L.A. club.
Durk spoke with the L.A. Leakers about the incident, and the "Picture Perfect" rapper explained he and his crew felt the need to address the situation with Game face-to-face while both men were in the same room.
The whole club scene was just like a standoff. Like, "I'm holding my ground." And they're like, "I'm holding my ground too." Some people don't do it like that. Some people rather not walk up to somebody in the club and do it. I heard plenty of times people ran from him. So I was just standing my ground. Where I'm from we don't run. Especially for us being in another city on the come up. We can't let nobody do that to us. You know? So we took it upon ourselves - We didn't approach them like, "You hoe ass n***a. F**k wrong with you?" We just hollered at him like we just wanted to see what it is, see where we standing.
The entire ordeal between Durk and Game started over Tyga's "ChiRaq To LA" track. Game used the song to defend Tyga by dissing Durk. According to Durk, a phone call was set-up between he and Game, and they were able to squash the beef.
Lil Durk's new mixtape Signed To The Streets 2 drops today (July 4).
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Watch Lil Durk's interview below.