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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 12: Lil Durk attends the Def Jam Upfronts 2015 Showcase Powered By Samsung Milk Music & Milk Video at Arena on May 12, 2015 in New York City.

Lil Durk and Tekashi69 are back at taking shots at each other on social media. Tekashi recently made an announcement that his new album TattleTales will be released on Sept. 4.

The controversial rapper also shared a video from his trip to Chicago, which is Lil Durk’s hometown. In the video, Tekashi claimed to pay respects to Durk’s late cousin Nuski, who was shot and killed.

In the video, 6ix9ine is holding a bouquet of flowers and he kneels down to pray in the street.“CAME TO OBLOCK .. came to pay my respect to [Lil Durk] cousin Nuski who was killed by gun violence,” Tekashi wrote in his caption. “We need to change as a community #RIP NUSKI.”

The embattled Brooklyn rapper’s trolling garnered a response from Durk. The Chicago rapper announced that his new album The Voice would drop the same day, Sept. 4.

 Lil Durk also took to Instagram Live and claimed that Tekashi’s camp offered him $3 million to keep their feud going. “That b—- ass label called me, somebody from his camp called somebody from my camp, talking about they’ll give me $3 million to keep trolling with this n—-,” Durk said.

However, the rapper says he turned it down. “This s— dead. I never turn my back on the f—in’ streets—ever,” he said. “I’m a f—in’ voice. That money s— ain’t gon’ change a motherf—er.” He also vowed to never mention 6ix9ine again. “I ain’t gone never respond to this n—- ever f—n’ again,” he said.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.