Plot Twist: Kanye Played A Part In That Drake Song That Dissed Kid Cudi

Earlier in the week, Drake dropped a new song which took a swipe at Kid Cudi and now it’s been revealed that Kanye West helped write and compose the song.

ICYMI, before Kid Cudi entered rehab, he took a swipe at Drake and Kanye on Twitter. Kanye was initially hurt but later said on stage, “Kid Cudi is my brother.” Drake on the other hand released a track Two Birds, One Stone where he rapped, “You were the Man on the Moon, now you just go through your phases. Life of the angry and the famous.”

Twitter erupted mostly saying that it was a low blow on Drake’s behalf given Cudi’s current status. Drake refused to apologise though and then Cudi responded on Twitter saying, “Say it to my face pussy,” in a since deleted tweet.

Basically, it’s been a bit of a shirt storm but that storms about to swell once again with news emerging that Kanye was involved in Two Birds, One Stone.

As Pigeons And Planes report, Kanye is listed as one of the song’s writers and composers on Tidal which is odd given that he’d seemingly forgiven Cudi.

It’s also odd because the song is said to take aim at Pusha T who is the president of Kanye’s label G.O.O.D. Music.

There’s been no confirmation as to what Kanye’s exact involvement in this song was and it’s possible that he had nothing to do with the Cudi or Pusha T disses but it’s yet another twist in this seemingly never ending saga.

Listen: Drake – ‘Two Birds, One Stone’

Image via P&P.

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