The 30-track soundtrack encapsulates mainstream hip-hop. The likes of Lil Wayne, XXXTentacion, Drake Travis Scott, Post Malone, Gunna, Nipsey Hussle, Offset, Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Tyga and J. Cole all had spots in the soundtrack.
But Lil Durk‘s name is missing. He isn’t having it. So he took to Twitter to register his displeasure and wonderment at the omission, tweeting that he and 2k Studio have got to have a long talk.
Lil Durk may have been especially put out because he is more the gym bod, your ball buddy any day. His subtle twitter plaints elicited mixed reactions, with some fans saying a 2K appearance is not something that should really bother him.
Others cite his sporadic trouble with the law and his recent release on a $250,000 bond, for his alleged role in a shooting in Atlanta in June this year. Lil Durk maintains his innocence to this day, though. It is clear Lil Durk has made his point, whether or not the world agrees with his outburst following his omission.
It remains to be seen if Lil Durk eventually has the long talk with 2k Studio. If both parties should still have a sit-down, it is unlikely there would be a last-minute edit in the “NBA 2K20 Soundtrack.“
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