Lil Durk threatens to ‘break jaws’ of men contacting India Royale

Lil Durk has a message for men in his recurring girlfriend India Royale comments section and is ready to fight about it.

In a screenshot of the Chicago rap star’s Instagram Story on Friday, March 10, Lil Durk made it clear that despite the couple breaking up in 2022, he doesn’t play around when it comes to his former bae.

The rapper posted a video clip where a man can be seen punching another man in the face, and added the caption: “Catch y’all in his comments I’m breaking ’em jaws.”

Check out Durk’s post below:

This isn’t the first time Durk has professed his love for India online. Last month, he posted a Valentine’s Day message to India.

“Happy Valentine’s Day to the woman who made me a man,” he captioned, along with a photo from India. “I love you @indiaroyale.”

The post was accompanied by a clip of Future’s song “I Won” from 2014. However, the rapper’s post “What Happened To Virgil” didn’t go down well, leading Durk to delete his post.

Moments later, India apparently responded in a series of Twitter posts – and she wasn’t too happy. “People really don’t respect borders at all,” India wrote. “I try my best to be respectful and not put on a show, but people don’t respect my choices. Let it go.”

Having caught wind of his ex’s response, Lil Durk took to his Instagram Story to stand firm in his original post – before deleting his entire story altogether. “I post because I wanted to,” he wrote in the since-deleted post. “The Internet does not work with Durk. Try trolling with another MFr. Leave some people alone.

Despite his relationship issues, Durk’s career did not suffer. In fact, the OTF big boss recently received praise from Swizz Beatz.

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The super producer recently spoke with Billboard and revealed that Lil Durk is the youngest artist to make his Top 10.

“I would say [Lil] Durk. You know why? Because for me, it’s not just about bars. It’s all about believing those bars. When we started offering Ruff Ryders and The LOX, what they rapped about, they really did. It was really about that. It wasn’t for views, it wasn’t for an app, it was to express their surroundings,” he explained.

“That’s what Durk does. When you hear him rap, you know he’s been through what he’s talking about – happy times, unhappy times, but it’s almost like a real-time autobiography. That’s what ‘Pac did, that’s what X did, that’s what BIG did.

Swizz continued: “The people we call the best of all time – not comparing them to him, but they used their experiences. Lots of artists do it, but I especially like the way Durk does it.

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