Lil Durk is one of the most notorious rappers from the Chicago Drill era of hip hop music. With almost 5 million followers on Instagram, it is safe to say that Lil Durk has a solid fan base that isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon. Durk’s melodic style of drill music is a big reason why he stood out compared to other Chicago rappers during his rise to stardom. But just like most of the other Chicago rappers, a big part of Lil Durk’s appeal was the authenticity of his music. You knew Lil Durk was rapping about real life experiences and not just some make believe nonsense to sell records. In addition to that, Lil Durk was also respected by a lot of his peers due to his efforts of speaking out against violence in Chicago. And the reason why he gained so much respect for that is because Lil Durk actually lived that kind of lifestyle before rapping and wants his fans or just anyone in general to know that the street life is not something you ever want to be apart of. Curious on what kind of street antics Lil Durk got into? Well we have you covered. Here is an exclusive inside look at the criminal history of Lil Durk.Subscribe to VAULT: http://bit.ly/2w96kM7The Criminal History of King Vonhttps://youtu.be/zQnr2YQNzNoThe Criminal History of Chief Keefhttps://youtu.be/D7c7rxNUgnYWATCH MORE "CRIMINAL HISTORY" VIDEOS HEREhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKr5m8qqel9BF9GQ1JwRzlXFAfwrWwz66The Criminal History of Lil DurkBy: VAULT*Copyright Disclaimer* Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.