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Kid Cudi Is Fed Up With The Fakes In The Industry


Kid Cudi has made it clear that he is not a fan of Kanye West, Drake and a number of other artists in the music industry. He’s putting them all on blast, in a recent Twitter rant – ironically, much like Ye himself would do.

According to Billboard, Kid Cudi aired out his frustration over his relationships with artists in the past.

“I need yall to know I got so many haters within the industry and these clowns know Im bout to crush their entire existance,” Cudi said in the beginning of his rant. “Everyone thinks they’re soooo great. Talkin top 5 and be having 30 people write songs for them.” Cudi then added some real fighting words, saying, “The days of the f**kery are over. The fake ones wont be lasting too much longer.”

So Drake and Kanye are fake? According to Kid Cudi, that appears to be the case. He says that they “aint f**kin with me.” Cudi was working in a BAPE store when he first met Kanye. His mixtape, A Kid Named Cudi, caught his attention and West signed him to his G.O.O.D. Music label in 2008. But in 2013, he announced that he was leaving the label, while also stating that there was no beef.

“Man, everything is cool,” Cudi told Power 106 at the time. “Everything is peace with everybody on the label. There’s never been any issues, but I am announcing that I’m no longer on G.O.O.D. Music.”

Well, it seems like all of that good solidarity has gone out the window now. “Ive been loyal to those who haven’t been to me and that ends now,” Cudi continued in his Twitter rant. “N****s keep you close when they see how powerful you are by yourself. When they see your greatness. Out of fear.”

So somewhere along the line, Ye and Cudi apparently weren’t really talking anymore. But, Kid Cudi has moved on regardless and makes it clear that he doesn’t want or need Ye. He claims, “I am the industry.” You can check out his uncensored tweets below.

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