Lil Durk made a surprising disclaimer about the lyrics in his deluxe version of his album 7220.

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Lil Durk Calls Cap On 7220 Album Lyrics

Lil Durk did the unusual: he disclaimed that the lyrics in the deluxe version of his album 7220 “is all-cap.”

The Chicago native started with:

“This deluxe is all-cap. This shit is not real”

In the song “Shootout At My Crib,” Durk raps:

“Oh, you sold a couple of pounds, now this nigga think he Meech. Now you singing all these songs with all that pain, you think you me, I ain’t follow niggas was, I was signed to the streets.”

This is the latest effect of the RICO case against Gunna, Young Thug, and 26 members of the YSL gang. In addition, the YSL case has made rappers more cautious about what they utter.

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