Kid Cudi Calls Out Drake: 'Say It To My Face, Pussy'

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[image-1]If you're not up to date on the latest developments in Kid Cudi's beef with Drake, then take our hand. This is important news.

Today, Cudi tweeted at Drake and ratcheted up the tensions between the two hip-hop artists.




Why? Let's rewind the tape.

Drake dropped a tune recently called "Two Birds, One Stone," in which he takes a dig at Cudi's recent trip to rehab. "My numbers are out of the world, no wonder they got me feeling so alienated/You were the man on the moon, now you go through your phases/Live for the angry and famous." (Cudi had recently checked into rehab, citing depression and suicidal urges.)



And prior to that song, Cudi had mentioned Drake in a series of tweets.




Twitter and the music community in general have been hard at work dissecting Drake's lyrics and debating whether it was right to go after Cudi's struggles. 

Kanye publicly sides with Cudi in this feud. And while we don't always condone the actions or music of Yeezy, we agree: We're with the Kid from Cleveland on this one.

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