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A judge has denied Lil Durk's request to have his travel restriction and his curfew lifted.

Durk was released on bond last week, as the judge did not feel that the rapper was a flight risk. But the terms of his conditions mean that Durk has a strict curfew, meaning that he has to be home between the hours of 11 PM to 7 AM and he is not allowed to travel overseas.

His curfew hours make it near impossible to Durk to schedule any performances which take place at night. According to TMZ, Durk's team requested that he be allowed to perform at the Dope Shows Festival in Philadelphia. Organizers are threatening legal action if he doesn't appear. 

Durk also alleges that the curfew has forced him to cancel close to six shows since his release, preventing him from being able to provide for his six children, but the judge is not budging.

Durk rapper is currently facing five felony charges that include criminal attempt to commit murder, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon stemming from a February shooting in Atlanta.