Bfb Da Packman left fans confused on Instagram after he shared a screenshot of an alleged conversation with rapper Lil Durk where the artist is claimed to have asked for money. We explain Bfb Da Packman’s Lil Durk Instagram post as fans react to it on social media.
Bfb Da Packman’s Lil Durk Instagram post explained
In a post to his Instagram today (Tuesday, 10 August) Bfb Da Packman shared a screenshot of a conversation with what appears to be a back-up account of rapper Lil Durk.
The message from the account reads: “Hey it’s the voice of the streets here, MAN WHAT!? Man my account got hacked gang. Shorty I need ta borrow 500 till the first, gotta provide for the streets, stay dangerous foenem. SMURK.”
However, some on social media have claimed the message is from a fake Lil Durk account by someone merely claiming to be the rapper. In the comments below the post, fans warned the rapper he could be getting “finessed”.
One fan wrote: “They trying to finesse u.” In response, the rapper quipped: “Why y’all hating… y’all just mad he ain’t dm y’all.”
Some are merely taking it as read:
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Fans react to the rapper’s Instagram post on Twitter
Some have since shared their reactions to Bfb Da Packman’s Lil Durk Instagram post on Twitter as some debate the rapper’s post.
One user wrote: “If y’all listen to Bfb Da Packman you will know he is a comedian – this is obviously a joke.”
Another added: “@BfbDaPackman pls verify this is not true.”
A third asked the rapper: “Why would you think that’s @lildurk?”
Following the reaction to his initial post, Bfb Da Packman has since joked on Instagram about collaborating with Lil Durk in the future.
In a post to his 523,000 followers, he wrote: “I’m dead @lildurk let me buy a feature bro we got to come video and feature after this.”
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Who is Bfb Da Packman?
Bfb Da Packman is a 26-year-old rapper from Flint, Michigan. He is best known for his viral hit Free Joe Exotic, which was about popular Netflix documentary Tiger King.
Away from his rap career, the artist, whose real name is Tyree Jawan Thomas, is also known for working as a mailman. In an interview with No Jumper in August 2020, the rapper revealed he was still working his normal round.
Talking about pursuing a rap career while working as a mailman, the rapper explained: “As long as you get the mail out bro they don’t give them the damn.”
He later added: “Just like I rap, just like with this I’m a grinder bro. I do everything they ask me to do.”