The tour proved to be a success, where many moments were shared on social media. One of those moments was during a show where fans joined him for a live rendition of “The Voice.”
The cell phone lights lit up the stadium as well. Smurk took to his Instagram to show gratitude to his fans.
“From 2012 till 2021 I still got this sh*t going up… thank y’all deeply (white heart emoji.”
On Monday, the “Gucci Gucci” rapper took to his Instagram story to note the tour’s grossing earning and ticket sales. He is seen holding the plaque with a man that appears to be a label rep.
Lil Baby & Lil Durk sold 15 million dollars worth of tickets on tour together pic.twitter.com/4eSyjrH3CE
— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) October 18, 2021
“250K tickets sold overall profit 15mssss @lilbaby we did it.” Durk, Lil Baby and Coi Leray certainly cashed out during their multi-city road trip.
Rylo Rodriguez and Bankroll Freddie joined the trio on some of their tour dates as well.
Durk’s reveal proved DJ Akademiks wrong, who was skeptical that The Voice of the Heroes rappers could sell out arenas. It is safe to say that they proved him wrong.