Kid Cudi Calls His Followers “toxic,” His Upset That they Prefer One Of His Older Songs.
The “Day ‘N’ Nite” hitmaker is at odds with his fans after deciding to take down an older version of his song after a fan preferred the original over the remastered version.
Following a dispute over an earlier rendition of his song “love,” Kid Cudi calls his fans “poison.” After a fan tweeted a screenshot of the 2015 upload and complimented him for “creating this masterpiece,” the 38-year-old rapper withdrew the song from SoundCloud.
A remastered version of the song first appeared earlier this year as a bonus track on greatest hits collection “The Boy Who Flew,” to which Cudi tweeted in response, wondering if the fan was aware that he had published an official release.
A remastered version of the song was included earlier this year as a bonus track on greatest hits collection “The Boy Who Flew to the Moon, Vol. 1,” and Cudi tweeted back to the fan inquiring if the person knew about the official release. The celebrity said he was “pulling it off” the platform as the fan alleged that the “OG version of SoundCloud hits different.”
After receiving criticism from some of his admirers, Cudi retaliated to defend his choice. Anyone switching things up and making a big deal out of me removing my music on Soundcloud, thanks for revealing who you really are, he wrote in a tweet. It’s one of the reasons why I no longer desire to perform music. Sometimes toxic and uncool fans can be found. And this software is definitely showing.
The “Day ‘n’ Nite” singer said he didn’t want his words to be “twisted,” but he stressed he would be happy to stop recording albums so he wouldn’t have to “handle [with] this lunacy anymore.” “Don’t get it twisted either, I’m pleased, and this isn’t a rant before the headlines make it seem that way,” he continued. merely being truthful with everyone… My life is full with blessings, and I refuse to let anything bring me down because I am living a wonderful life at the moment.
Kid Cudi fires back at fans’ criticism
Before leaving the music industry earlier this week, Cudi said he would put out one more album of “all new songs” but acknowledged he’s “not sure” what he wants to do next. He hinted last month, “I’m I’m eager to see what else I can accomplish. I was considering this; it’s sort of an absurd notion I had in the past. To someday teach kindergarten would be cool. Just keep doing that for a few years.