Drake Responds to Kid Cudi Diss Backlash

Drake claps back…on Instagram.

Responding to the backlash from “Two Birds, One Stone,” which disses Kid Cudi, Drizzy hit fans and critics off with a couple of replies.

“mans need to stop mentioning my name when they get geeked,” he wrote. “supposed be all love out here word to my bro Pablo.”

Then, after a fan said that Pusha T would “wax” him, Drake added: “they know how I’m rockin…free smoke.”

#drake responds to fan who was disappointed he dissed #kidcudi .. drake says cudi should keep his name out of his mouth. More info in link in bio. (YT)

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“Two Birds, One Stone” is a clear shot at Cudi, who dissed him on Twitter last month. However, some have been critical of this in light of Cudder’s bout with depression and suicidal urges, which led him to rehab.

“I like your old shit, but wasn’t in love with the latest,” raps Drake on “Two Birds.” “You were the Man on the Moon, now you just go through your phases.”

But the song is also a shot at other rappers. While some believe certain lyrics are aimed at Pusha T (“You made a couple chops and now you think you Chapo”), others think those lines were directed at Tory Lanez. They could also, as the title suggests, be targeted at more than one person.

Drake’s More Life is due in December while Cudi’s Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin’ has no release date after being pushed back in September. Meanwhile, Pusha T’s King Push is also expected to arrive this year.