Cudi on Drake diss: ‘Say it to my face’

Baltimore Sun - - ENTERTAINMENT - — En­ter­tain­ment Weekly

The beef be­tween Drake and fel­low rap­per Kid Cudi is heat­ing up. Ear­lier this week, Drake re­leased a diss track that seemed to mock Cudi’s men­tal health prob­lems, which he re­cently spoke out about when he told fans he was head­ing to re­hab for “de­pres­sion and sui­ci­dal urges.”

On Fri­day, Kid Cudi re­sponded to Drake in a tweet, writ­ing, “Say it to [my] face p----. You think it’s a game. I wanna see you say it to my face. I’ll be out soon. Prom­ise.”

Drake’s new song, “Two Birds, One Stone,” was writ­ten in re­sponse to Kid Cudi call­ing the Toronto rap­per and Kanye West out on Twit­ter last month. In the track, he makes a ref­er­ence to Cudi’s 2009 de­but al­bum, “Man on the Moon”: “You were the man on the moon, now you go through your phases/Live for the an­gry and fa­mous.”

When Cudi orig­i­nally an­nounced that he would head to re­hab, he wrote to fans on Face­book, “I sim­ply am a dam­aged human swim­ming in a pool of emo­tions ev­ery­day of my life. Theres a ra­gin vi­o­lent storm in­side of my heart at all times. Idk what peace feels like. Idk how to re­lax.”

Drake has yet to re­spond to Cudi’s most re­cent tweet, but Cudi thanked his fans for the out­pour­ing of sup­port he’s re­ceived since check­ing into re­hab and open­ing up about his men­tal health. Drake

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Kid Cudi called out Drake after his fel­low rap­per seemed to mock Cudi’s men­tal health is­sues.

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