A few days ago, we shared Lil Durk's "1 (773) Vulture," which is a remix of Logic's suicide prevention song "1-800-273-8255.
In the remix, the Chicago spitter turns the suicide prevention song into a street tale about homicide.
"Why the opposition calling my line?/ Telling me come outside / I would, but I know they lying / My mama had a dream about me dying / I told her that I hope she lying / It's gon' be a homicide / It's gon' be a homicide / Fuck with Durk and they dying today," he says.
Durk's message couldn't be further from Logic's, and such a diametrically opposed take has sparked some backlash. Durk responded to that on Twitter this weekend.
No disrespect to the suicide people i was talking to the trenches #1773vulture— DURKIOOOđź¦… (@lildurk) January 13, 2018
Do you think Durk's remix is offensive?
And which version do you prefer: