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Lupe Fiasco Continues Kid Cudi Feud: “He Still a Bitch in My Book”

Lupe Fiasco
Lupe Fiasco

The feud goes on, alright. Lupe Fiasco continued his ongoing spat with Kid Cudi this past weekend during a concert, which eventually spilled over to Twitter on Monday, Nov. 30.

During a freestyle battle, Lupe reiterated his already well-known disdain for Cudi, which was recorded and posted to YouTube. “Make sure that you listen to every rhythm that I be spittin’ / unconditionally written,” Fiasco rapped in Milwaukee, Wis. “P.S.: To all my enemies, you are now forgiven / Except Kid Cudi, ’cause that’s not my motherf–king buddy / If I see him in the streets, it’s gettin’ motherf–king ugly.”

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During another portion of his show, Fiasco confusingly made peace with Cudi (as detailed by Complex). “I’m gonna let that s–t with f–kin’ Cudi go,” the “Battle Scars” crooner rapped. “I want you to let go of something that’s hanging over your head.”

Kid Cudi
Kid Cudi

But everything got muddled on Monday. In a series of new tweets, Fiasco yet again slammed the “Man on the Moon” hitmaker.

“I had a moment…I let it go tho…he still a f–king sucka in my opinion…” Lupe tweeted. “But back 2the story. At the end of that Milwaukee freestyle I let tha Cudi s–t go. He still a bitch in my book. But Im done wit it #promise.”

Or did he? “Trust me when I say that guy is foul,” Fiasco tweeted on Monday. “No shade all truth…all foul.”

The feud stemmed from a very public spat this past January, when the two offered up their opinions about Michael Brown and the Ferguson incident. At the time, Kendrick Lamar stated: “What happened to [Mike Brown] should’ve never happened. Never,” Lamar told Billboard in January. “But when we don’t have respect for ourselves, how do we expect them to respect us? It starts from within. Don’t start with just a rally, don’t start from looting — it starts from within.”

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While Fiasco agreed with Lamar’s comments, Cudi disagreed and tweeted: “Dear black artists, dont talk down on the black community like you are Gods gift to n—az everywhere.”

Then, Lupe Fiasco replied: “How about you stop sh—ing on the people who really cared about your well being when this biz was ripping you apart. Fake ass @KidCudi.”

“My comments come from a place of love,” Cudi replied at the time. “Sorry if I offended anyone, except Poopé Fiasco. F–k that n—az feelings haha dweeb.”

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