Homeless Person Seen Watching Lil Durk And J. Cole Collab In Their Tent
TikTok user @adv.with.eli shared a video earlier this week of himself walking down the street and stumbling upon a homeless person viewing the new Lil Durk and J. Cole video. The person was watching the "All My Life" music video on a projector screen in their tent. The TikTok has now gone viral, having almost half-a-million views on the app. Text in the video reads, "Bruh homeless people have projectors here, what the..." The user captioned the TikTok, "I have so many questions... #losangeles #homeless #hollywood." Lil Durk also shared the video on Instagram. There were mixed reactions in the comments section. One user wrote "A vibe!!!" Another commented, "I don't even have a projector." "Its how were all going to live pretty soon with this collapsing economy," a different user said.
Lil Durk released the song on May 12, along with the accompanying music video. The song was shared ahead of the release of his upcoming album, Almost Healed. The LP will be released on May 26. 21 Savage chimed in on the song recently, sharing his thoughts on J. Cole's verse. "Cole just went so crazy on that verse wtf," the rapper wrote on Twitter.
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Everyone Loves The New Lil Durk and J. Cole Collab
Durk also announced his "Sorry For The Drought" tour earlier this week. The tour will feature guests Kodak Black, NLE Choppa, and DD Osama. Beginning in July, the tour will feature dates across North America, kicking off in Tampa, FL. The tour closes in Phoenix, AZ in September.
Earlier this week, Durk shared his thoughts on lyrical rap in an interview with Spotify's RapCaviar. Although he claimed that Cole's verse on "All My Life" "went crazy," he went on to admit that he's not the biggest fan of lyrical rappers. He received some backlash for this on social media, with one commenter saying, "I like Dirk's music but cmon bro. I don't understand why my generation doesn't the core of what hip hop is and what is used to stand for." Durk went on to say that Cole "smoked [his] ass" in the song, giving a "shout out to J. Cole."
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