Lil Durk & Chief Keef Wants To Buy Chicago’s O Block No Matter The Cost

Chi-town spitter Lil Durk is interested in purchasing the infamous O Block housing project, which is currently up for sale. He has mentioned the block in his single “Took her To The O,” and his debut album Welcome to O’Block. I’ll buy it don’t matter how much it is
— THE VOICE (@lildurk) April 30, 2021

Lil Durk has unfortunately been quite unlucky in his personal life, and now rumors have spread that he is cursed. Martin Luther King Drive is constantly plagued with gang violence. As murderous as this place may be, there is proof that one can make it out and become successful as evident by the abundant of big names from the community. 4nem gone have to move around,” he tweeted. “I’m going to buy Oblock watch! Interestingly enough, this neighborhood was also home to a young Michelle Obama. Lil Durk is insistent on getting the property. This may just be a result of being raised in such a savage neighborhood since the majority of his companions were exposed to gangs and gang violence. He is blessed to be alive and thriving in his music career today. Home to some of the biggest names in modern drill music is Parkway Gardens, more infamously known as O Block. “I’ll buy it don’t matter how much it is,” Durk tweeted. It is now listed for sale by the real estate firm owning it. I'm going to buy Oblock watch! In 2015, Chief Keef tweeted that he is interested in buying O Block. The 6400 Block of South Dr. People now believe that to be affiliated with him is to have an inevitable early or gruesome passing. 4nem gone have to move around
— Glory Boy (@ChiefKeef) January 17, 2015

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Lil Durk and other Chicago rappers often mention the dangerous street life growing up in O Block in their music. The firm is seeking a buyer able to take charge of all three complexes that extend from 63rd to 65th streets. Rappers like Chief Keef, King Von, Fredo Santana, and Lil Durk were all raised in the notorious Chicago neighborhood. King Von is one example of this. Lil Durk is willing to pay any amount to secure the housing project.