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Lil Durk Lookalike Perkioo Together

On Tuesday, the Brooklyn rapper

of himself and his group meeting the Chicago rapper’s lookalike, who goes by the moniker Period. “@lildurk 6ix9ine captioned a video in which he pulled out a jacket embroidered with a photo of the late Lil Durk Merch draped it over Period, saying, “I got a surprise for the bro.” “Your n***as isn’t never going to slide, but they sure as hell rep you on t-shirts all day.Perkioo took to social media hours after the video went viral to claim that he was ambushed by 6ix9ine. He was there under the influence, according to the

Dark impersonator.

On Tuesday, the Brooklyn rapper uploaded a video of himself and his crew meeting Perkioo, a Chicago rapper who looks exactly like him.

“I got a surprise for the bro,” @lildurk 6ix9ine captioned a video in which he pulled out a jacket embroidered with a photo of the late King Von and draped it over Perkioo. “Your n***as ain’t never going to slip, but they sure as hell rep you all day on t-shirts.”

“We got bro the jacket,” 6ix9ine says in the video, as Perkioo appears to be uncomfortable. “Just keep your jacket on; you’ll be OK.”

Perkioo claimed he was ambushed by 6ix9ine on social media hours after the video went public.

According to reports, he was inebriated when he arrived.

Directed by Director X, the visual depicts a fantasy tale of love and betrayal entitled, “The Tale of the Toxic King.” Future’s love interest writes him a note that reads, “I doth fended it funny,” while Dizzy stars as a knight in shining armor who saves his love from captors. Complete with elaborate sets and multiple sword battles, the video wraps with Future sending a note of his own. “I am goodish beloved,” his note reads. “Enjoyed.”

Also starring in the video is singer-songwriter Moxie Raia, model Cece Rose, producer ATL Jacob, rapper

Strick, and comedian Trey Richards.

The “Wait for U” video comes not long after Future dropped the deluxe edition of I Never Liked You, which added six additional tracks to the record. The newly added songs include features from Lil Baby, Baby Face Ray, 42 Dug, Lil Dark, and Young Scooter. Additionally, Future shared some Donda-designed march, including multiple hoodies and an eye mask.

Shortly after the album arrived,

Hits Daily Double projected that it would debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart with 175,000-200,000 units, making it the biggest debut of the year. It’s already proved to be a massive hit not only stateside, but worldwide too. It hit No. 1 on the Apple Music charts in nearly 60 countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia. Amid all this, the real Lil Dark took to Twitter to seemingly address everything that went down, writing, “Brooooooo I just not seen this shit today on the internet this shit crazy everybody calling and texting me we went #1 again thank y’all loll.” Directed by Director X, the visual depicts a fantasy tale of love and betrayal entitled, “The Tale of the Toxic King.” Future’s love interest writes him a note that reads, “I doth findeth it funny,” while Drizzy stars as a knight in shining armor who saves his love from captors. Complete with elaborate sets and multiple sword battles, the video wraps with Future sending a note of his own. “I am goodeth beloved,” his note reads. “Enjoyeth.

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