Considering that Kanye West "birthed" Kid Cudi, it makes sense that he'd have a change of heart for his artistic offspring following some harsh words. And it looks like 'Ye has changed his tune about Cudi's attitude, as he addressed the building drama between the two rappers onstage Tuesday night (September 20).
At the Houston stop on the Saint Pablo tour, West gave well wishes to Cudi — who recently tweeted his grievances for both West and Drake, calling them "fake" — going as far as to call him his "brother" and dub him the "most influential artist" of the last 10 years.
"I hope he's doing well," he told the crowd over a piano interlude. "I just want to take this time out to say, Kid Cudi is my brother, and I hope he's doing well. The most influential artist of the past 10 years." He then proceeded to sing a soft, Autotuned refrain of "Hope you're doing well" as the cheers kicked up.
Whether or not Drake agrees remains to be seen, but in the meantime, consider the Ye vs. Cudi beef history — for now.