Kid Cudi Slams Music Biz, Says He’s ‘Poster Boy for Realness’
Kid Cudi has a bone to pick with the music industry and all the rappers who he says are out to get him. During a performance in South Carolina last week, Cudi took time out to put his haters on blast, which include industry executives who are trying to put him in a box. "They trying to make me look like the poster boy for violence ... for ignorance," Cudi informed the crowd. "I tell motherf-----s I'm the poster boy for honesty, realness ... anarchy. I don't give a f--- about this business."
Amid cheers from the audience, Cudi continued his rant claiming to be the target of shady people plotting his demise. "I never talk s---, even on my album. You never here me talking s--- on my songs, I just rap. But because of my style n---s try to take jabs at me, well guess what n----? I'm jabbing back and I bet you I'll hit the right one!"
"I'm the truest motherf---er in this business and people trying to destroy me. All these other n----s that y'all probably fans of is sucker a-n----s, I met them," he said. " I was a fan when I was buying their CDs, I'm not a fan of they music no more. This business is WWF fam and if you don't comply, they try to destroy you. I never talk sh--, I came to this game, just wanted to smoke my weed and motherf---ers just wanna' destroy me, I don't give a f---. I'm unstoppable!"
This isn't the first time Cudi's outburst have gotten him attention. Earlier this month the Ohio native attacked a fan during a performance stop on the Lady Gaga Tour. He was later kicked off the tour citing scheduling conflicts as the reason. Despite his disdain, the 24-year-old is experienced a steady amount of stardom. Powered by the sleeper hit 'Day and Night,' Cudi dropped his debut album 'Man on the Moon,' to favorable reviews. Next year will mark his acting debut in the HBO series 'How To Make It In America' premiering February 2010.