Drake And Kanye West Get Dissed By Kid Cudi On Twitter, ’30 People Write Songs For Them’

Drake and Kanye West just got dissed on Twitter by fellow rapper Kid Cudi who mocked their collaborative songwriting methods.

“I need ya’ll to know I got so many haters within the industry and these clowns know I’m ’bout to crush their entire existence.”

Kid Cudi sent out a slew of enraged tweets. He began his tirade by posting a photo of a page from a book with the chapter titled “When Collaboration Kills Creativity” and quotes Albert Einstein.

The rapper put his fellow rappers on blast for enlisting “…30 people [to] write songs for them.”

Kanye West was Kid Cudi’s former boss at the G.O.O.D. Music label.

Kid Cudi left Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music label back in 2013, citing a need to separate from West for business reasons.

Watch the video for Kanye and Cudi’s collaborative song “Welcome to Heartbreak.”

Kid Cudi was clearly mocking the collaborative songwriting method that Kanye has displayed on his albums since his 2008 808s and Heartbreaks.

Cudi had no problem dropping names as he called out both Kanye West and Drake specifically in the tweets.


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Something must have really gotten him heated for Kid Cudi to send out all of these angry tweets.

It was also recently confirmed that Kanye West and Drake would be making an album together in Kanye’s Vogue profile. Although the release date has not been announced yet, it’s possible the news had something to do with Kid Cudi’s enraged messages.

“We’re just working on music, working on a bunch of music together, just having fun going into the studio.

“We’re working on an album, so there’s some exciting things coming up soon.”

Cudi invited anyone who had a problem with his words, he was glad. He encouraged people to use their voice and speak up.

The rapper seemed to be bitter about past relationships with other musicians and lack of loyalty.

The “Pursuit of Happiness” singer suggested in one tweet that rappers collaborate and work in teams because they are afraid of what one person will accomplish by themselves.

Kid Cudi was referring to the “ghostwriting” controversy after the release of Drake’s 2015 album, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, according to MTV News.

Rapper Meek Mill was the first to accuse Drake of having a ghostwriter. However, the suggested ghostwriter Quentin Miller has denied writing songs for the rapper secretly.

“I am not and never will be a ‘ghostwriter’ for Drake.

“I’m proud to say that we’ve collaborated but I could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together.”

Check out the video below to see Quentin Miller’s MTV interview regarding the ghostwriting accusations.

Miller mentioned that even if the songwriter’s name is in the credits, the writer is still considered a ghost.

“You’re still a ghost if your name is in the credits.

“It’s still hidden, it’s still tucked away, that person isn’t doing interviews running around saying, ‘I wrote this and I wrote that.'”

Kid Cudi announced earlier this month that he would be releasing a double-disc, 18-track album in September, according to HipHopDX.

Cudi promised his fans that he would not be participating in the ongoing streaming war between services, stating that the project would be available on “ALL PLATFORMS for streaming and download.”

The album’s title has yet to be announced. This will be Kid Cudi’s sixth studio album, and a follow-up to 2015’s critically panned Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven.

Kid Cudi ended his tweet tirade by thanking his supporters and pledging to let the music speak for itself.

[Featured Photo by Cindy Ord/Stringer/Getty Images]

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