Kanye Calls Out Kid Cudi Because He, Like, Invented Him


When I hear the word “birthed” I associate the word with a female sacrificing her sex life for about a year to create a crying, screaming, poop machine. Although this sad reality will become most of our lives sooner or later (hopefully the later) Kanye West clearly had a different vision for the word “birthed” when he announced during his concert last night that he “birthed” Kid Cudi.

In case you live under a rock, Cudi and Yeezy have been involved in a Twitter feud this week. Cudi took to social media yesterday to throw some shade at not only Ye but Drake as well, calling them out for not crafting their own music and claiming they’re fake.

It’s no secret that the Kardashian-West posse isn’t a family you should diss. So naturally, Kanye felt it was necessary to respond to Cudi’s shade on stage during his show in Tampa Florida during his song “I Don’t Like.”

“Kid Cudi, don’t ever mention ‘Ye name. I birthed you. We all dealing with that emo shit all the time — me, Pat, Don C. Don’t ever mention ‘Ye name. Don’t try to say who I can do songs with. You mad ’cause I’m doing songs with Drake? Ain’t nobody telling ‘Ye who to do songs with! Respect the God!”

And for Drake, a much more subtle response:

Yikes. If I was Cudi I’d be watching my back. Just ask Taylor- if there’s one punishment a West likes to deliver, it’s a destroyed career and a good old fashioned Twitter shaming to go along with it. Don’t fuck with Yeezy’s Clique.

[via US Magazine]

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