Kid Cudi Responds To Controversial Kendrick Lamar Comments

Published: Saturday 10th Jan 2015 by David


It seems Azealia Banks isn’t the only entertainer unhappy with Kendrick Lamar this week.

For, joining a long list of critics blasting him for remarks made about Michael Brown’s death is Kid Cudi, who has accused of the rapper of looking down on those he believes he should be helping.

Cudi’s problem below…

From the bottom up he shared:

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  1. Molly January 10, 2015


  2. FutureCIARA January 10, 2015

    Like who gives a F**!

    Everybody want to comment now….. FOH Queen Kudi with yo crop-top

  3. NickiBaby January 10, 2015

    Ppl true colors comes out. Several people hate on Kendrick for his success because they aren’t able to reach his level. So ever opportunity they kind they are going to hate on him. That shows in Kudi comments. I am embarrassed for him.

    • HYISI January 10, 2015

      If that’s what you got from Cudi’s comment then you are part of the problem. You whites or ignorant blacks love to deflate the truth by bringing up things that have nothing to do with responses. Anything to avoid talking about the issue at hand…

      • Mimo January 11, 2015

        Yesss please let’s talk about how black people get killed on my block wretch you for being in the wrong place at the wrong time . Yesss lets talk about how black people kill each other over sneakers. True we know thAt racism is alive and well but like Kendrick said we won’t to be treated the same as everybody else but don’t know how to treat ourselves. Let’s talk abou how no one rallies or protest when we kill our own kind. Let’s talk about how everybody use the word n**** so much but get made when the people who gave us the f****** name use it. People like Kendrick are just real and they know that we need to look at our community first and get united before we go tryna take down a nation

      • The Wig Snatcher January 11, 2015

        It’s oppressed colored people like you who want to blame everyone else for the problems of Black America and encourage Black Americans to remain oppressed instead of empowered and vigilant. That way, you keep your Black people down while you enjoy the fruits of your labour by keeping the people you’re allegedly helping down. Black people kill and discriminate Black people more than any other race, but you, Azaelia and Cudi are screaming that Kendrick is wrong for empowering the Black community to stand united and take care of each other? Instead, you feel that we should take each other down and hope for white people to save us? You’re the problem, as well as every oppressed person who agrees with you.

    • Cupid January 10, 2015

      What are you talking about?

  4. NickiBaby January 10, 2015

    Kudi just want to be Kendrick.

  5. DanYiel Teflon January 10, 2015


    • TRUTH SERUM January 10, 2015

      You are a walking talking blogging contradiction. Find yourself boo. Lol

    • Cupid January 10, 2015

      This is true. We would be a lot better off if we worked together instead of against one another. Thank you

      • Toohotfortv January 10, 2015

        But essentially, that’s exactly what cudi is saying 0_o

  6. Tyler January 10, 2015

    Kendrick Lamar wasn’t talking all of that s*** when black community had his back…after, the Grammy Committee wrongfully snubbed him.

    • Louie January 10, 2015


    • Cupid January 10, 2015

      But what s*** was he talking???? He only said he felt Iggy is where she is because God wants her to be….. You people are crazy!

      • Tyler January 10, 2015

        First of all, you might want to get vertical before you talk to me….or at least know wtf you are talking about upon entering this comment section.

        This situation is beyond Iggy Azealia. We are speaking on what Kendrick Lamar said in regards to the black community. Now, scurry along.

  7. DoubleRainbow January 10, 2015

    Black people are so confused lol

    • Tyler January 10, 2015

      Oh really? Elaborate…

    • TRUTH SERUM January 10, 2015

      Enlighten us oh colorful one**blank stare**

  8. TRUTH SERUM January 10, 2015

    Cudi is 100% right!

  9. Lana Del Fan *I Can Hear The Sirens* January 10, 2015

    That d*** is more suck,able then Kendrick. Kendrick looks so dirty now. Ok ik that’s random but i couldn’t care less bout this

  10. Paulo January 10, 2015

    Talented, handsome and smart. Go in, baby <3

  11. Lana Del Slay January 10, 2015

    Kendrick was right

  12. #TeamTinashe Stan January 10, 2015

    Yes for this!
    I was just saying that although it is good for the #FACTS to be exposed but you gotta uplift at the same time. Kid Cudi, salute!
    HASHTAG: #BringInTheTruthandEmpowerment

  13. Etoile January 10, 2015

    -he probably tweeted this on his shift break at journeys…- #jussayin

    • Toohotfortv January 10, 2015

      And where do you work, sweetheart? And also, are there any major blogs reporting about what you tweet? I’m just curious. No…no, no, no shade.

      • Etoile January 12, 2015

        My coint is fine thank you! and TGJ was clearly reaching reporting this lame I wouldnt be surprised if he reached out and asked them to…and just curious do you buy his music? No… but neither does anyone else and that’s the shade #jusayin

  14. Truth January 10, 2015

    lets just be real! Kendrick made these comments cos he is trying to get that white people money! Sticking up for Iggy and putting down the black community in the most high profile Music Magazine in America! Please that s*** was tactile , next year the b**** will win the Grammy, very sad he had to sell out his own people to do it

  15. I STAN(D) FOR TALENT January 10, 2015

    Has she even had a solo hit?

    • Tyler January 10, 2015

      And that has to do with absolutely NOTHING. Focus! Uncle Tom.

      • Nicky say’s January 10, 2015

        Of course it does how dare these no hit wonders come out to chat sh!t just to get records played on the radio that’s what it comes down to with her and Ugly Banks. So they can do one and take your stinky pu$$y with them. Get me!

      • Tyler January 11, 2015

        Please shut the f*** up

      • Paulo January 11, 2015

        hmmm wth does this debate got to do with chart stats? either way, this attempt at shade is receiptless cause Kid Cudi been charting since 2008 and is as succesful as Kendrick, if not more…

  16. Von January 10, 2015

    Black ppl have the same 24 hours as everyone else. We can accomplish whatever the f*** we want without blaming the f****** white man. I know one thing, no white mofo has ever held me back from anything! As far as Kendrick’s comments, I agree. It’s no different than the s*** Bill Cosby used to say and look how y’all are sticking up for his raping ass lol.

    • Tyler January 10, 2015

      Are you implying that America wasn’t built upon systemic and generational racism?
      Oh, so black people are wrong for acknowledging the fact that it’s hard for black people to flourish in a society that was SET UP FOR THEM TO FAIL???

      • Von January 10, 2015

        I implied what I typed! I grew up with a single mother and 3 siblings in the f****** hood. The odds were already against me but f*** that! My brother screams that same s*** because he’s in and outta jail. Gtfoh. I work hard and I play harder and ain’t no white man or ‘Murica holding me back.

      • Tyler January 10, 2015

        And! I haven’t had it easy either. I’ve prevailed over adversity as well. No, I don’t blame “the man” for all of my trials but you don’t see me spewing all of that igant house negro b******* either.
        In order to fix the problem, you have to acknowledge that there is one. Blacks have been dehumanized for CENTURIES.
        We barely recieved are civil rights 50 YEARS AGO. So I’ll be damned if I sit here and turn a blind eye to the fact that we are in this predicament due to 400 YEARS of unfairness and injustices. I’ll be damned.

      • Toohotfortv January 10, 2015

        I am so glad there are a few people like you (tyler) on this blog. Sometimes a person really gets tired of trying to explain these things and its like a beacon of light every time you do it and I don’t have to.

      • Tyler January 11, 2015

        Thank you! If we want to make a change we have to speak on it. We have to be PROactive not REactive.

    • I STAN(D) FOR TALEN January 10, 2015

      Taylor shut up with your white boy name.

      • I STAN(D) FOR TALEN January 10, 2015

        Tyler same $hit as Taylor lol

      • Tyler January 11, 2015

        What exactly is a “white sounding name”, you docile field negro?

  17. RICHIE_RICH January 10, 2015

    He didn’t put anyone down or say any names. I like his reply if you want call it that.

    I don’t think Kendrick meant any harm, just wrong wording…..

    • Toohotfortv January 10, 2015

      That very well may be the case and I hope that he addresses it.

  18. MariahIsMusic1 January 11, 2015

    Yawn this is exhausting. Kid Cudi I’m disappointed. Why won’t yall let this girl Iggy win? Smh

  19. Hahaha January 11, 2015

    Immature stans can’t separate their love of an artist’s work with their personal opinions.
    I love Kendrick’s music, however
    He can keep his out-of-touch opinions on the black community.
    Cudi and Azealia are right.

  20. I STAN(D) FOR TALEN January 11, 2015

    Folks here are calling her names but haven’t expressed clearly what makes her an “idiot.” She’s up here talking about institutional racism, capitalism, and poverty and that makes her a “stupid” “b****.” Seems like yall are the fools to me.

  21. I STAN(D) FOR TALEN January 11, 2015

    What about the black kid who beat a WW2 veteran to death? What about black people being racist ? they have police reports. Brown wasn’t walking a public street he was fleeing the scene of his crime.

  22. Paws January 11, 2015

    Who is kid cudi? Why only irrelavent people responding?

  23. Kidrockk January 11, 2015

    The black community is always looking for a hero. Beyoncé and Obama (two uncle Toms) are their saviors lmao.

  24. King January 11, 2015

    I agree with Cudi and Azelia Banks on this one. Kendrick made a remark about the entire African American community that was not exactly positive. The problem with Lamar’s comment is the problem with media today, you’re taking a small percentage of the population and making it seem like the entire community is ignorant, ghetto, etc. On top of that, you’re saying that African Americans don’t respect themselves to a white publication and that solidifies the thoughts that some white people already have within their minds.

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