Instead of involving himself with the slander, Cudi wrote, “The devil [trying] y’all, but not today or ever again!!”
Early on Thursday (September 8), the 57-year-old shared a post on Twitter reading, “MID CUDI” which was quickly deleted (though not before it was screenshotted by several users).
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One viewer responded urging Dean and Cudi to patch up their beef. “Wish everyone would just drop the hate,” they wrote, with Dean writing back, “D*ckhead cancelled me just from jealousy. Just because I was on tour with [The] Weeknd.”
Loyally defending the “Mr. Rager” hitmaker, another Twitter user replied, “Get off Cudi’s d*ck. Just mad ’cause he’s selling out arenas and is a better producer than you.”
“That’s hilarious,” Dean responded. “I’m done. Hahahaha. Dude can’t produce his way out of a wet paper sack.” In another post, he continued, “Very upset that I didn’t help put his show together and play keys. So upset he cancelled me. End of story. Sad. We were friends. I thought.”
Though he does sound somewhat sad about the beef, the Houston native didn’t hesitate to throw in some more shade. “Also there’s more people in a half-full stadium when I play than when mid plays the small arenas,” he wrote.
Although he hasn’t yet directly addressed Dean’s comments, Cudi did post a telling Tweet yesterday afternoon reading, “The devil [trying] y’all, but not today or ever again!!”