Kanye West and Drake have responded to a series of tweets in which Kid Cudi accused the two rappers of using ghost writers for their songs.
“The days of the f–kery are over,” the 32-year-old “Pursuit of Happiness” rapper tweeted on Wednesday (September 14), adding, “The fake ones wont be lasting too much longer.”
“My tweets apply to who they apply. Ye, Drake, whoever. These ni–as dont give a f–k about me. And they aint f–kin with me,” he went on. “Ive been loyal to those who haven’t been to me and that ends now. Now im your threat.”
Kanye – who has signed Kid Cudi to his GOOD Music label and worked with him on several songs, including “All of the Lights” and “Father Stretch My Hands” – called out Kid Cudi during his Saint Pablo show that same night.
“Do you know how many people wish they could be signed to GOOD Music, get their life changed, have an opportunity?” Kanye told the crowd. “Never forget that! I am so hurt. I feel so disrespected. Kid Cudi, we are two black men in a racist world. I got called names before you, bruh. Why y’all gotta be coming at me? This ain’t the end of the Malcolm X movie. I’m out here fighting for y’all creators, artists, independent thinkers. Don’t never mention my name in a bad manner, none of y’all.”
Drake had some words for Kid Cudi as well during his own Summer Sixteen concert on Wednesday.
“Boy, you getting way too high, you need to Cud-it!” he announced, referring to O.T. Genasis’ “Cut It.” “I heard boys were talking down today. Shout out to my brother Kanye West. We both got sold-out shows.”
Watch Kanye and Drake‘s responses below!
Also pictured inside: Kanye grabbing lunch with Scott Disick on Thursday (September 15) in Miami, Fla.
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