#FlavaInYaEar Lil Durk out on Bond
"I've known Derrick in a very tense environment in Chicago and I've never witnessed him lashing out," ... "It's always been smiles and it's always been jokes. He's always been a good character." There's no way I would come from Chicago and speak on his behalf if I thought there would be any type of risk. And I definitely wouldn't want to ruin my name by vouching for him," the pastor said.
The criminal case against the "home body" rapper will continue. In conditions of his release Lil Durk cannot be anywhere near any weapons, he must be in the house from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. every day and he cannot attempt to intimidate any witness. He'll also be required to wear an ankle monitor at all times.