Lil Durk recalls being “mad as hell” following the George Zimmerman verdict, says those with “high power” are more likely to get off.
Coke Boys rapper Lil Durk offered a warning to George Zimmerman if he were to ever consider visiting the city of Chicago. During an interview with Vlad TV, the teen emcee was asked about George Zimmerman’s celebrity boxing match and responded by stating that Zimmerman would be murked if he were to ever step foot in the Windy City.
“Bring his ass to Chicago…Somebody book Zimmerman. We’ll murk his ass out here. He better not ever come out here,” Lil Durk said.
The Chicago rapper also addressed the senseless acts of violence in his own city when sharing his reaction to the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial.
“I was mad as hell. I was mad as hell, man,” he said. “Like a lot of that shit goes on in the streets today I still be mad. Like I said about that little girl who got killed. I was mad as hell about that. You taking a baby. You know what I’m saying? That’s a little girl. No reason. Can’t even talk to you back.”
Lil Durk later spoke on what he feels is the lack of fair treatment when it concerns the justice system.
“That shit crazy. That shit be crazy,” the rapper said. “That’s why I don’t be feeling bad when shit happen to certain mothafuckas…Let me go murk a mothafucka, any race. Not just they race, any race. They gonna be ‘Aw yeah, slam him. Give him thirty years’…But a high power, everybody be getting off. All that shit ain’t cool though. You killed somebody son.”
At the top of this year, it was announced that George Zimmerman would take part in a celebrity boxing match. It was later reported that Yonkers rapper DMX would serve as Zimmerman’s opponent in the ring, but those reports have since been shot down by a representative for the rapper who says the fight was cancelled.
“Damon Feldman has announced that the George Zimmerman fight is cancelled via his Twitter,” DMX’s rep, Domenick Nati, said in a statement. “As previously stated, DMX never agreed to the fight and we thank you for all of the support from DMX’s fans. This situation will not affect any of DMX’s upcoming concerts in America or around the world.”