"Make sure that you listen to every rhythm that I be spittin'/ unconditionally written," Fiasco rapped. "P.S.: To all my enemies, you are now forgiven/ Except Kid Cudi, 'cause that's not my motherf**king buddy/ If I see him in the streets, it's gettin' motherf**king ugly."
Confusingly, Fiasco decided to end the feud in the later portion of his concert. He said, as detailed by Complex, "I'mma let that s**t with f**kin' Cudi go. I want you to let go of a grudge, let go of something that's hanging over your head. Don't terrorize yourself thinking about what you're going to do and what somebody has done to you."
Fiasco later took it to Twitter on Monday, November 30 to explain his actions, writing, "At the end of that Milwaukee freestyle I let tha Cudi s**t go. He still a b***h in my book. But Im done wit it #promise." He added, "Trust me when I say that guy is foul. No shade all truth...all foul."
Fiasco and Cudi went on a Twitter war earlier this year when they both opined on Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson. While Fiasco defended Kendrick Lamar's opinion, Cudi scolded them for pretending like "you are Gods gift to n***az everywhere."