Kid Cudi Finally Apologizes for Punching Fan
Kid Cudi will make his official debut in HBO's new comedy series 'How To Make It in America' this Sunday night and it seems like the Cleveland-born rapper is tying up some loose ends before he catapults himself into the world of movie stardom.
Back in December, Cudder got the boot from his opening spot on Lady Gaga's 'Monster Ball' tour after punching a fan in the face during a Vancouver concert at the Commodore Ballroom. He's choosen to keep relatively mum about the situation since then, but according to TMZ, Cudi has reached out to make amends with his victim.
Vancouver resident Michael Sharpe, explained that Cudi phoned him last weekend to apologize for the incident. Sharpe said that the rapper blamed his ill-conceived move on his alcohol intake, and even offered to fly him to New York on an all-expense paid trip just to show how sorry he was. There has been no confirmation from Cudi's camp but if the details are true, it looks like Mr. Solo Dolo isn't holding any grudges here. The initial attack was prompted when an unidentified fan tossed a wallet onstage during the concert. Cudi incorrectly identified Sharpe as the culprit and went on the fritz.