The 'Day 'N Nite' hitmaker scolds the crowd attending the gathering for failing to give him their undivided attention.
Kid Cudi lost his cool during a recent gathering in New York City where he played his new album "WZRD" for a select crowd. The rapper was upset during a Q&A session when his demand for total silence was ignored by people in the room.
"You guys are so full of s**t, whoever's talking, you're so full of s**t and I f**kin hate you...I'll snuff you!" an irritated Cudi said as quoted by HipHopWired. "I'm not a f**king substitute teacher. I'm not the principal of a school...I just hear b***hes."
When his protest couldn't stop the side conversations, he fired, "When two individuals who are putting their life out there through song, and they ask for your attention, you [the listeners] give it to them! You came here for a purpose...to hear our music, so f**king listen to it because we're trying to educate you on what we're doing...it's as simple as that."
People then started to applaud him, but he angrily cut them short, "Don't clap." He went on, "A lot of people think I'm an a**hole, but whatever, think what you want! This is what keeps me alive, making these songs, so f**k you if you can't listen while I'm playing them!"
A joint project with Dot Da Genius, "WZRD" itself is due to come out in the United States on February 28.