Big Sean Says KiD CuDi Didn’t Tell Anyone He Was Leaving G.O.O.D. Music
KiD CuDi’s recent departure from G.O.O.D Music was a surprise to a lot of people, including his label mates. Big Sean was recently a guest on Power 106 in Los Angeles and discussed his former G.O.O.D. Music brethren’s recent switch up saying there is no love lost between the two. “That’s my brother,” said Sean confirming that CuDi would still appear on his upcoming LP, Hall of Fame. “Me and him making music together. We still crew, whether it’s G.O.O.D. Music or not, that’s my dog.”
Sean went on to say that he was just as surprised as anyone to hear the news of CuDi's departure. “He didn’t tell anybody about it,” he said. “Somebody hit me up, then I saw it on Twitter. And then I saw yall interview, so I was like damn. That’s his business, though. He doesn’t have to call and let everybody know what he is doing business wise. Even though we a fam. Just cause we aint on the same G.O.O.D. Music label, that’s my homie.”
He also shut down rumors that his recent song "Switch Up" is a veiled diss aimed at Cudder. “Hell naw, that’s the homie,” he confirmed. “No bad energy right there.”
Check out the entire clip, below.