Lil Durk has shared his first comments since his home invasion shootout

The rapper was reportedly involved in an Atlanta shootout earlier this month
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By , Audacy

Lil Durk has plan to be an invisible man. Well not literally but he does have some thoughts about making silent moves from now on, or at least that’s what we gathered from his cryptic message on Instagram.

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After reportedly being involved in a shootout at his home in Atlanta with his girlfriend India Royale, Durk has kept mum on the matter, until now that is. And if his IG story is any indication, that’s how he plans to be from now on, we think… the rapper did keep things pretty cryptic writing, “Nobody should know everything."

As reported, both the rapper and his lady friend fired rounds from their firearms, and thankfully neither one of them was injured. While it was at first unclear as to what sparked the shooting to start, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation did eventually confirm that on July 11, both Durk and Cox were the victims of a home invasion and aggravated assault. So, for some real Bonnie and Clyde ish, the couple apparently fired back. Luckily neither none of the parties involved were wounded.

The saga continued with another story in which Durk wasn't so cryptic as he was confusing. Writing, “N****s don’t even be with us that claim OTF so when ya’ll do s*** to mfrs stand up for it don’t leave us dry to deal wit it even tho we gone do us…. Half ya’ll n****s bout to get the f***on.”

If you find yourself confused, don’t be alarmed, so did pretty much everyone else, just peep the comments section in @Akedemiks post above.

While some fans are commenting that Lil Durk should take his own advice and avoid posting about his every move, others are commending the rapper for staying steady despite his past year filled with trauma.

Since November 2020 Durk has faced a series of tragedies, when his Only The Family labelmate King Von was murdered to more recently, earlier this month, when his older brother DThang was shot and killed outside of a Chicago strip club, at the young age of 32.

As for the music, which we hope he keeps us up to date on, Durk recently shared that he won’t be making an appearance on Kanye West’s highly delayed DONDA album, all because he narrowly missed his flight to Kanye's studio, losing his chance to collaborate with his idol and added that he would make an effort to show up on Ye’s next album.

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