After declaring a rematch, Lil Baby has someone willing to train him to ensure he will not lose to Quavo and Jack Harlow.
Lil Baby made it very clear on Sunday (March 20), he will prove everyone wrong even if it takes another 3 months to train. Via his Instagram Story, the Grammy performer told his 14.5 million followers he was willing to go up against Quavo and Jack Harlow after he and 2 Chainz lost 21-7 at the Bleacher Report’s “Open Run” during the All Star Weekend. Lil Baby was a big reason why he and Chainz took the L that night, as Lil Baby shot multiple air-balls.
“Give me three months Im setting one of [these] up,” Lil Baby declared via his Instagram Story. “Y’all got em fucced up.” A day later and Lil Baby has a volunteer trainer in Lil Durk. Replying in the comments to Akademiks IG post, where he asked who should train lil Baby for the rematch, Durk said, “All he gotta do is call me.”
Durk’s ball game is well known, as the Chicago native is one of the best ballers in the rap game. Back in 2018, Durk appeared at the Bleacher Report Headquarters in New York where he showcased his basketball skills.
Durk and Lil Baby have recorded tons of music together including last year’s hit with Polo G titled “3 Headed Goat” produced by Aviator Keyz & Cicero. As of this writing Lil Baby has yet to publicly accept Durk’s offer. No word yet when and where the rematch will take place and for what cause. The previous 2-on-2 game, $500,000 was donated to Historically black colleges and universities.