Lil Durk’s lookalike on social media broke out in viral fashion. With his round eyes and blonde locks, the young man strongly favors the Chicago rapper. They’re so similar that it’s difficult to tell them apart in public, especially when they put on fake face tattoos. Fake Durk demonstrated this when he went into a mall alone and emerged with a swarm of supporters who thought he was the genuine deal.

Durk’s lookalike managed to catch the attention of hundreds of people online, which led to his meeting the artist behind “What Happened to Virgil.” What started as Durk posting a photo of his doppelganger on Instagram turned into the two of them collaborating. Durk made his lookalike the star of his “Blocklist” music video. He even gave him the moniker “Perkio” as a nickname.

The announcement of their collaboration rapidly enthralled the media, who were eager to see what the two would come up with. The video has received over one million views in less than 24 hours. It doesn’t appear that the two have any plans to sever their friendship anytime soon. Both blondes went on Instagram live together yesterday to discuss the visual. Shmurkio said that the video was fire.

The video was fire, I ain’t gone cap. That sh-t might be the biggest music video in the industry right now.

Durk’s lookalike also admitted that he’s a bit shy. The real Durk had problems believing that.

The two began to converse in a more informal manner as the video progressed. The Fake Durk stated that he is a bashful individual who isn’t used to using social media. This could imply that his look-alike is about to gain a lot of notoriety as a result of his association with Durk. Take a look at the video below.

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