While on the stage, the Chicago native wasted no time in dissing Cudi and threatened that things would get physical the next time the two meet in person.
“Make sure that you listen to every rhythm that I be spittin’/ Unconditionally written,” he rapped during a break in his set. “P.S.: To all my enemies, you are now forgiven / Except Kid Cudi, 'cause that’s not my motherf**kin’ buddy / If I see him in the streets, it’s getting’ motherf**kin’ ugly.”
If bringing up nearly year-old beef wasn’t strange enough, subsequent video also surfaced of Lupe trying to end his beef with the Cleveland rapper, running contrary to what was said just moments before during the same concert.
“I’ma let that shit with f**kin’ Cudi go,” he told the crowd in a much somber tone. “I want you to let go of a grudge, let go of something that’s hanging over your head. Don’t terrorize yourself thinking about what you’re going to do and what somebody has done to you.” Lupe's point is that he wants people to have a clear conscience: “We got too much bulls**t going on in this planet to have animosity in our personal spaces. Don’t let that s**t feed into you. Let that s**t go.”
If you remember, Lupe Fiasco and Kid Cudi went after each other on Twitter earlier this year over Kendrick Lamar’s comments in a Billboard cover story. Twitter also had Lupe backtracking as he replied to a few followers about what was said during his Milwaukee show.
“I had a moment...I let it go tho...he still a f**king sucka in my opinion…” he relayed in a now deleted reply to a user asking him about the beef. “I actually did yesterday Hahahaha honest...but trust me when I say that guy is foul..no shade all truth...all foul,” he continued in a subsequent tweet.
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