With his blonde dreads and countless tattoos, Lil Durk has a look that's pretty tough to replicate. But there's a creator currently going viral after convincing a mall filled with fans that they were in presence of "The Voice."
King Cid is a creator with more than 3 million followers on YouTube and Instagram. He hosted a meet-and-greet at a mall in Florida and used the event to organize a separate stunt where a dude would pretend to be Lil Durk.
First, they made sure to stamp Fake Durk with some "OTF" ink. Fake Durk then pulled up to the mall in a drop-top Lamborghini imitating the real Smurk's go-to monochromatic style with a blue puffer jacket and matching hat.
Walking around with security, it wasn't long before fans began to mob the fake Durk with their phones asking him for a photo.
As the prank garnered hella views, Durk himself joined the fun, too.
He reposted a clip of his young doppelgänger and wrote, "Omg What Happen To Smurk." (That's a nod to his latest hit song "What Happened To Virgil" featuring Gunna where he croons about Virgil Abloh's passing, "Oh my God, what happened to Virgil?")
One person even jokingly commented that Durk may want to bring his lookalike on the road as his stunt double. The 29-year-old just kicked off his nationwide 7220 Tour, which runs until May. '7220' was released last month, earning Smurk his first solo #1 album on the Billboard 200 chart.
There seems to be a growing trend of fans imitating their favorite hip-hop artists. Recall that near the end of 2021, a man known as "Fake Drake" turned heads for stepping out and posing like he was Drizzy. He even claimed that Drake knows about him and said the stunt "doesn't bother" him.
There's a fake DJ Khaled wandering the streets, too. He was spotted at a Waffle House where he dropped Khaled's signature catchphrase, "Another one." (The real Khaled probably isn't too worried about impersonators. He just secured his very own star on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame.)
Turns out, Durkio is making Fake Durk aka "Perkio" the star of his next video for the '7220' cut "Blocklist," directed by Jerry Production.
Y'all looking forward to this one?