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Wale And Kid Cudi Hip Hop Beef?! Details

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As things start to swirl around that Wale and Kid Cudi have a beef brewing, Roc Nation rapper Wale initially attempted to shed light on the situation that everyone seems to be causing an uproar about. Did his initial attempt help put things to rest?

The so-called beef reportedly stems around a line in the rapper’s freestyle track “Thank You” in which Wale makes mention of Kid Cudi taking a punch at a fan during a concert. The line goes, “thrownin’ round wallets like the dude that Kid Cudi hit.” According to Wale, he meant no harm with the line in his rap during an interview on DJ Drama’s radio show on Shade 45.

However, Kid Cudi seemed to have taken a slight jab at the Wale when he was questioned about the reference to him in Wale’s track during an interview for Complex Magazine. Kid Cudi told the magazine that it wasn’t a shot, it was just a simple ass rhyme by a simple ass rapper.

It seems that after Kid Cudi’s interview was released to the public, it kind-of offended Wale that Kid Cudi would stoop to that level and call his rhymes simple. So what did Wale do? Wale brought up Kid Cudi’s arrest for being in possession of liquid cocaine on twitter.

Wale made it clear that can’t nothing be said about him for those who are trying their hardest to go after him. He added to his status update, “I’m wack? Who tol u radio? Oh, ok.”

In other news, Wale’s music video for the song “The Work” from off the mixtape “More About Nothing” shot by Banks Films was recently released. The mixtape was released August 3, 2010 and is a sequel to his “The Mixtape About Nothing.” Currently, the rapper is stated to be in the studio working on new material with the likes of Drumma Boy, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame, amongst others.

As for Kid Cudi, he’s preparing for the release of his second studio album entitled “Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager” which is scheduled to be released November 9, 2010 under GOOD Music and Universal Motown.

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