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Kid Cudi Vows To Trash Any Stage If Set Is Cut Short

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(AllHipHop News) Rapper Kid Cudi took to his personal blog to reply to reports that he trashed a stage during a festival in Australia over the weekend.

Kid Cudi took responsibility for trashing the stage during the Heatwave Festival, after the sound man cut is set short by almost 30 minutes.

On his Cud Life blog, the rapper warned promoters that in the future, he would repeat the act, if his sets are cut short.

“If my set is EVER cut short at any show, im trashing the stage. Not out of anger, it takes a lot to get me furious nowadays, but out of principle,” Kid Cudi wrote on his blog. “The fans always deserve a full set at all shows, especially when they spend their hard earned money on expensive tickets. A lot of artist wouldnt do what I did in Australia, but I will.”

Kid Cudi, who has 367,864 fans on Twitter, also said that he would take it to the next level if there was any more unwanted interference with his shows.

“No matter the circumstance, cut my set short, im breaking s**t. And next time im startin a riot,” Kid Cudi promised. “Me and my fans. Cause promoters will sometime take advantage of the artists, and u gotta let em know what time it is. Cutting nobody any slack.”

Kid Cudi’s anger was a carryover from the Heatwave Music Festival, which took place in Melbourne over the weekend.

A series of operational problems left many fans enraged, while a number of headlining artists missed or canceled appearances, including D12 and Chamillionaire.

In related news, Kid Cudi and Chip Tha Ripper who together are known as The Almighty Gloryus, released their track “Gloryus.”

The track can be found on Chip Tha Ripper’s new mixtape “Tell Ya Friends.”

Check out Kid Cudi at The Heatwave Festival:

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