NBA YoungBoy and Quando Rondo Trade Jabs With Lil Durk Over Album Release Dates

The 'Outside Today' rapper and his collaborator are believed to be taking aim at The Voice after Durkio warns that he doesn't hesitate to step on other artists' release date.

AceShowbiz - The long-standing feud between Never Broke Again and OTF has been reignited ahead of the release of new projects from the two labels' artists. NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Quando Rondo seem to throw jabs at Lil Durk after the latter threatens to mess with another artist's release date.

Durkio has been teasing his upcoming album "The Voice 2.0" for some time. While he has not announced a specific release date, he has teased that the forthcoming project "ain't regular."

More recently, he warned that he doesn't hesitate to step on other artists' release date. "I can drop this single and f**k the streets up on god," he wrote on Instagram this week. "Your release date ain't safe son son."

In the meantime, YoungBoy has revealed that his new album "Don't Try This at Home" will arrive some time in April. Quando himself, who is signed to YoungBoy's Never Broke Again, is also readying a new project called "1633".

The album, which cover art was unveiled earlier this week, has a March release date and is dedicated to Quando's late friend Lul Pab, who was shot and killed last summer. "1 more month I put my heart in this album , seen a lot of blood sweat and tears I lost my right hand man in front of my eyes I love you thug I'm going number 1 for you big brah," Quando declared.

Upon catching wind of The Voice's warning, YB wrote on Thursday, March 2, "Kiss my a** b***h see me in the streets." He added, "Old a** think he slick stop watching me fanned out a** n***a," which were believed to be aimed at Durkio.

Quando, meanwhile, appeared to respond to Durk's message with a message on his Instagram Story, which read, "Drop that s**t we all on a time schedule!"

Later, Durk posted a cryptic message on his own Story. "If I don't say it out loud it's not real," he wrote, seemingly wanting no smoke with the other two rappers. "click baiting smurk," he continued, with a puking face emoji. "back to album."

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