Lil Durk Details His Mourning Process

Lil Durk may be an incredibly successful and praised MC, but that status came after years of hardship, struggle, and grief. Moreover, he recently sat down to reflect on that process in an interview with DJ Akademiks on his Off The Record podcast. Of course, that conversation broached a lot of topics, including Gunna's plea deal, Kanye West producing his next album Almost Healed before he scrapped the idea, and much more. However, this part of their talk ended up resonating with many who either struggle with grief themselves or understand the dark subject matter he conveys in his music. Regardless, the Chicago rapper detailed his mourning process and how he doesn't want to burden others with it.

"Everybody mourns," Lil Durk began, responding to Ak remarking how he never shows emotions and questioning whether he mourns. "Everybody shows emotions. But I just can't see myself just doing this." Then, Smurk grabbed his phone and acted as if he was recording himself crying and going through a rough time. "'Damn man, this s**t crazy, man.' It's like, nah.

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Lil Durk Reflects On Processing Grief

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"When I started getting more into my religion, and just like, talked to my pops while he was locked up, talked to my uncle and them," Lil Durk continued. "They're like 'Man, we had the money, the fame andd the cars, we had the city on lock, and we went to jail and got life. What you're going through, we've been through. When you call, call and get to your pops, call and get to your unc. Let's talk, let's have a conversation. But I don't want to hear no crying. I don't want to hear no complaining, I don't want to hear no 'I can't do this, I can't do that."

"I'm telling you, like, that rug is powerful," The Voice went on. "I lay the rug down, I pray- I cry on the rug, I cry while I'm praying, I cry during Ramadan. But guess what? India ain't ever seen me cry. My daddy ain't ever seen me cry. My momma ain't ever seen me cry, you know what I'm saying? 'Cause it's only one person that can help the hurt, you know what I mean?" For more news and the latest updates on Lil Durk, stay posted on HNHH.

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