Lil Durk Moves Out Of Chiraq!
Lil Durk has officially left Chicago. Hollywood, CA is now home for the OTF Coke Boy. Durk’s real estate agent posted a photo of herself with Durk at his new pad.<br />“Welcomed @real_lildurk to his new home in #Hollywood Hills today. It’s all about the view. #LA #realestate,” the caption on her post read.<br />Lil Durk posted a photo onto IG of the beautiful day view of the city of Los Angeles from his home. <br />Lil Durk has long stated he wanted to move his family out of Chicago. Durk spoke with Thomas Morton of Noisey in the “Chiraq” documentary to express his growing concern of violence plaguing his hometown. <br />“I’m gonna move to , man. Move my kids out this s**t. Now I got kids. I’ma get them out of here,” he said. “As long as they safe and they good. They ain’t gotta worry about watching their backs where they at.”<br />Durk acknowledge there is violence everywhere, but said it’s different in Chicago.<br />“Violence everywhere, but we’ve got known violence in Chicago,” he said. “Like they killing kids. It’d be something real stupid happening like they killed that baby [Jonylah Watkins].<br />Tyshawn Lee, 9, was the City’s latest young victim of violence. Tyshawn, a student at Scott Joplin Elementary School, was shot several times in the upper body, including the head and back, ABC 7 Chicago reports. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Tyshawn’s grandmother, Bertha Lee, found his body lying in a pool of blood with his basketball next to him.<br />Tyshawn Lee’s home-going service was held Tuesday afternoon at St. Sabina church in South Side Chicago. Hundreds of community residents were in attendance to say their farewells to the 9-year-old boy who was gunned down in an alley in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood last Monday afternoon. Among those who attended the service was Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and actor Nick Cannon.<br />Check Out Full Article Here: <br />~Follow for Updates on Twitter @ <br />~Like on Facebook: <br />~Friend Us on Facebook! <br />~Collegiate NetVision (CNV) · <br /> powered by Collegiate NetVision is a social media site that provides news and entertainment for college students and the urban demographic