Chicago rapper Lil Durk is doing his part to help first responders. The hip-hop star has acknowledged he’s putting his foot forward to help keep healthcare workers fueled during the coronavirus battle.
Lil Durk Puts Respect On His Own Name
This weekend, Durk hit up Instagram with a sneak peek at what he’s up to. LD shared a news story about helping deliver and feed COVID-19 workers.
“This the side of me the world don’t show they rather see TMZ saying dead or in jail we going to get through this together s/o @phlavz for the meals #OTF” -Lil Durk’s Instagram
According to reports, Durk put on for his city. LD brought meals to healthcare employees in Chicago helping treat coronavirus victims.
The rapper and his team pulled up to Chicago’s Rush Hospital Friday with boxes of meals from PHLAVZ Restaurant — owned by Durk’s manager — to distribute. We’re told a member of the hospital’s hospitality staff then brought the meals inside to distribute. (TMZ)
Wait, There’s More
Lil Durk recently went to his social media pages with a few shots of himself rocking a face mask. One pic shows Durk counting stacks of money in a room while donning facial protection.
“I heard my opps been mad lately I’m just surprised they still alive 🗣…JCYW2” -Lil Durk’s Instagram
“Your fav selfie during this bullsh*t 😂” -Lil Durk’s Instagram
“😂😂😂” -21 Savage
Before You Go
Last month, Durk went to Instagram to co-sign new music from rap pal Lil Uzi Vert. LD promoted his and Uzi’s recently released “No Auto” collaboration.
“@liluzivert called me last min and said we gotta go no auto mode on his album 💙 b*tch going krazy out now !!!!!!!” -Lil Durk’s Instagram