Kanye West Hits Back at Kid Cudi Diss: ‘I Birthed You’ (Video)

On Wednesday, Cudi went on a Twitter rant aimed at both Yeezy and Drake

Kanye West and Drake are not going to let Kid Cudi’s disses slide.

According to a video posted by a fan, West hit back at Cudi during a “Life of Pablo” show on Wednesday night after Cudi went on a Twitter rant aimed at both rappers earlier that day.

“Do you know how many people wish they could be signed to G.O.O.D. Music, get their life changed, have an opportunity? Never forget that! I am so hurt. I feel so disrespected. Kid Cudi, we are two black men in a racist world,” West said.

“I got called names before you, bruh. Why y’all gotta be coming at me?” he continued. “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.”

He also said, “Kid Cudi, don’t never mention ‘Ye name. I birthed you. We all dealing with that evil sh-t all the time. 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 tellin’ ‘Ye who to do songs with. Respect the god.”

According to E! OnlineDrake also had a show on Wednesday night and didn’t hesitate to respond to Cudi’s remarks.

“Boy, you getting way too high, you need to Cud-it,” he said, referencing 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.”

In Cudi’s lengthy Twitter rant, he said, “My tweets apply to who they apply. Ye, Drake, whoever. These n—s dont give a f– about me. And they aint f–in with me.”

Those tweets included a barrage of bombs lobbed at peers who claim to be top artists, but “be having 30 people write songs for them.”

Drake appeared in Cudi’s “Pursuit of Happiness” music video in 2010. Cudi was also signed to West’s G.O.O.D. Music Label before the artist cut ties in 2013.

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