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Lil Durk spoke out in support of Morgan Wallen following his racial slur controversy. According to the Chicago rapper, Wallen isn’t motivated by hate. “He ain’t no racist; that’s my boy,” Durk told TMZ. “We had a long talk,” the rapper explained. “He had his public situation,” Durk added, saying they squashed the situation behind “closed doors.” According to the “Laugh Now Cry Later” rapper, Wallen’s public cancellation is over thanks to his blessing. “I vouched on him and he’s good,” Durk said.
On Wallen’s future in the rap genre, Durk thinks he’s cleared to work with other hip-hop artists. The “Dangerous” singer recently told Variety he has hopes to hit the studio with other prominent Black artists.”I do love Moneybagg [Yo]… He’s definitely at the top of the list,” he said. “But like overall, ever… I’m trying to think of not just in the past little bit… Kendrick Lamar would be pretty cool.” Wallen’s dream collab with Lamar struck fans as odd, because the rapper has a history of zero tolerance when it comes to others using racial slurs. The “All The Stars” rapper famously kicked a white fan out of his concert for singing his lyrics that contained a racial slur. On whether Lamar should give Wallen a chance, Durk told TMZ, “For sure.”
Source: Nicki Swift