Lil Durk Slams Chief Keef’s Glo Gang Producer 12 Hunna For OTF Diss

It appears Lil Durk will not be securing any beats from 12 Hunna any time soon. Lil Durk is now at odds with 12 Hunna after the drill producer made a negative remark about the Def Jam rapper’s camp.

12 Hunna, known for his production work with Chief Keef, posted an image of himself to IG with a caption, reading, “F*ck Otf.”

Word soon got back to Lil Durk who then took to IG to slam the Glo Gang affiliate.

“12hunna can’t Eva come to Chicago ima slide to were you at p*ssy f*ck yo gang,” Durk wrote on IG.

12 Hunna’s Chief Keef production credits include “Make It Count,” “Pull Up” and “Rider.”

The latter track put 12 Hunna at odds with fellow producer Young Chop over the production rights to the track.

12 Hunna claimed to be the creator of the “Rider” production and slammed Young Chop for taking credit and leaking the track.

Several music blogs posted the single with full production credits going to Chop to 12 Hunna’s dismay.

These events prompted 12 Hunna to fire off his disgruntlement in a series of tweets:

“youngchopbeatz fat a– gone block me after he leak da song

“A lot ppl bouta find out who I am

“Y’all don’t hear dem weird a– sounds when it start fat a– coverd up my tag

“I’m bouta leak official song #12hunnaondabeat

“@youngchopbeatz Now when sum n happn don’t make that face

I made young livin savage & ova @LilReese300 chop talm bout sum bandchamp boy i mad dat s—

@youngchopbeatz ain’t no producer he a Dj he done chopped my voice on Instagram 2 make it look like I said sum s— I ain’t say!!!

“Yall don’t here that s— skip

The producer posted to his Instagram account the actual Fruity Loop file of the instrumental.

12 Hunna, who was instrumental behind Fredo Santana’s “My Lil N—–” track posted an official graphic attributing his claim to the production credits of the song.

But Young Chop also shot back in a series of tweets disparaging the 12 Hunna for his claims.

“Smh at n—- show yo #flp my n—-

“Fame is a b—-

“See n—- mad now it’s ok

“Just be real lil n—-

“Now u got your 2min fame

“N—– don’t know how to make beats be real

“That’s all people

“N—- tag sound like my tag

“I just seein a n—- add the tag to the beat n—– just fufu lmao

“It’s funny that y’all believe this s— and it got all my sounds that’s so crazy to me

“Stop all this twitter s— f— n—- u not no hood n—- #just be real,” Chop wrote.

Chop posted to his Instagram account a phone conversation between himself and 12 Hunna.

“On the phone with this n—- #12hunna he ay he made the I’m a #Rider

12 Hunna can be heard saying Chop “made the beat with him.”

Chop revealed on Twitter he made the beat on 12 Hunna’s laptop.

“Be real I made the beat on your lab top my n—- #justbereal that my s—,” he wrote.

The said instrumental has been circulating on the net for the past year.

Listeners might’ve heard the track on Lil Mister’s “Bout Dat Action.” The track appears on the Bricksquad rapper’s debut mixtape “Warzone.” 12 Hunna appears on the track’s production credits.

12 Hunna also had words with Mouse for using the track.

Lil Mouse linked with rapper Doe Boy and recorded the track “Don’t Play That” off the instrumental.

‪”@MouseMyers i sent dat beat just 4 ‪@DoeBoyOfficial 2 hear it he know dat i told him dont use it !!!! gdk any ways so u know what im on,” he wrote.

Mouse shot back, writing, “Goof a– n—- ‪@12Hunna_GBE talkin bout GDk boy don’t kno wat he jus got his self into now ‪#FuckingGoofy.


“Rider” made it’s debut on the “Been Trill” mixtape, which features a multitude of talent, including, Kanye West, Rich Homie Quan, Britney Spears and Lil Durk.

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