Lil Durk thinks Kendrick Lamar should “for sure” collaborate with Morgan Wallen, who faced backlash after being filmed saying the N-word last year. Speaking with TMZ, Durk offered his thoughts on the controversial country singer, with whom he released his own collab, “Broadway Girls,” last month.

“Nah, he ain’t no racist. That’s my boy, you know?” Durk told the outlet. The Chicago spitter also said he and Wallen had a “good long talk… behind closed doors” about the controversy.

“I’ll vouch for him… he good,” Durk added. “He ain’t canceled.”

As reported by REVOLT, following his and Durk’s successful cross-genre hit, Wallen expressed interest in working with Lamar, Moneybagg Yo and other rappers.

“I do love Moneybagg [Yo]. He’s definitely at the top of the list,” Wallen told Druski during a recent conversation on Clubhouse. “But, like overall… I’m trying to think of not just in the past little bit… Kendrick Lamar would be pretty cool [to work with].”

Wallen also said he frequently listens to hip hop.

“Moneybagg is probably my favorite [rapper],” he said. “And I listened to a lot of Young Dolph — RIP. I listened to Drake’s new album. I listen to Kanye… I’ve been listening to a little bit of Gunna. I like him pretty good.”

Wallen and Durk surprised fans by joining forces last month on “Broadway Girls,” which shot up to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart.

“That song kind of came about over this summer and I was really, really, really pumped on it,” Wallen told Druski about the track. “Durk commented on my Instagram… So, I hit him up. Me and him had been talking a little bit throughout the year and kind of developed a friendship.”

“I was like, ‘I don’t know if you’re serious or not, but here’s a couple of versions.’ And he took the song,” he continued. “I said, ‘I’m not gonna put out an album for a while. If you just want to throw this on yours, go ahead.’ So, he did and I’m super pumped about it.”

Watch Durk chat with TMZ about Wallen below.