Kid Cudi made it very clear he’s done with Kanye West. More than two months ago, the former friends and collaborators exchanged unfriendly words on social media. Well, it looks like things haven’t and won’t improve between Cudi and Ye! Kid Cudi delivered the message via Twitter early Tuesday.
Pusha T’s drop date for his album It’s Almost Dry is just days away (April 22). Fans have been waiting on the rapper to release another project since his 2018 album Daytona. According to a report by Pitchfork, the tracklist features 12 songs and the seventh song, Rock N Roll, appears to be the final collab Cudi mentioned.
Kanye Announces Kid Cudi Won’t Be Featured On ‘DONDA 2’
Back in February, Ye was extra active on the ‘gram. In one of his many posts, he called out Kid Cudi for allegedly being friends with Pete Davidson. You may recall Kanye launched a series of posts targeting his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her new bae Pete, among plenty other targets, throughout the beginning of 2022. On a photographed notepad, Ye said Cudi won’t be featured on his once highly-anticipated Donda 2.
“JUST SO EVERYONE KNOWS CUDI WILL NOT BE ON DONDA BECAUSE HE’S FRIENDS WITH YOU KNOW WHO WE ALL SPEAK IN BILLE LANGUAGE NOW,” Kanye wrote.
Cudi wasted no time responding in Kanye’s comment section.
“Too bad I don’t wanna be on ur album u f***in dinosaur hahahaha everyone knows ive been the best thing about ur albums since I met u. Ima pray u for brother,” Kid Cudi wrote.
Like Tuesday, Kid Cudi also let off some thoughts on the situation via Twitter. He labeled Kanye “wack for flipping the script” after a weeks-old talk about his ties with Pete. His Twitter likes also sent additional shots, with Cudi cosigning comments like “Kanye so weird for this” and “this is kinda heartbreaking knowing how much Cudi has been there for Ye.”
Kanye and Kid Cudi have a long history that includes Cudi being signed to Ye’s GOOD Music label. But, the former pals have also joined forces on over 20 songs, including Ghost Town, Reborn, Fire, Feel The Love, Guilt Trip and Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1.