Kid Cudi Buries Deadbeat Daddy Hype For Good: “I Change Lives & Diapers. F*ck What U Heard”

Kid Cudi Buries Deadbeat Daddy Hype For Good: “I Change Lives & Diapers. F*ck What U Heard”

Despite having his camp kill this week’s reports of him losing custody of his daughter due to a mischievous past, G.O.O.D. Music’s Kid Cudi has added a final few words to the bad press.

Hopping on Twitter, Cudder explained why he did not lose sleep over the negative reports.

“I told u, we push the lame sh*t aside. They’ll learn.,” he tweeted November 20th.

“U can tell when somebodies out to get u. Embarrassment doesnt live in my soul, sowwy. Too real. Too honest. Believe what u want.”

“Ive always been straight up with the world. I aint gotta lie to kick it. Whoever’s tryna monkey wrench my life, u wont win p*ssy. Immortal”

“God knows the truth, as well as my family and friends. With that said, watch me shine on.”

“Hahahaha thats a sincere laugh at ur misery haters. U cant stop me. U cant get rid of me. Im too powerful of a force in the world.”

“I change lives and diapers. F*ck what u heard willaaayy” (Kid Cudi’s Twitter)

Yesterday, Cudi’s camp issued a lenghty statement to defend his image and lash back at the deadbeat dad reports.

“Kid Cudi was also never proven to be an “absentee dad” or a deadbeat dad who didn’t want to be involved in his child’s life or tried to shirk his parental obligations. The court formally acknowledged that Kid Cudi had, since his daughter’s birth, “attempted to establish a relationship with the child and visit with the child when not on tour, or when he is in Chicago or in the state of Ohio where both parties are originally from.” The court also recognized that Kid Cudi had voluntary provided financial support, including child support, rent and other monthly payments, for his daughter since her birth until the time that a child support order was entered as part of the normal course of the case. As for the parties’ custody agreement, it was just that: the parties’ agreement. Ms. Blair explained “We don’t use the term ‘full custody’ in Illinois, so I don’t know what that means, but in Illinois, a parent can still be highly involved in his or her child’s life and have extensive parenting time as well as other significant parental rights without being awarded custody.” Her final comment was “Both parties, as well as the judge and the parties’ lawyers, worked very hard over many months to reach an amicable resolution because everyone saw that it was in the child’s best interest to do so and saw two parents who both deeply love and care about their child.”” (Statement)

Details of an August legal agreement regarding his daughter’s custody made headlines this week.

Kid Cudi’s waving the white flag in his bitter custody dispute with his baby mama — agreeing to let his baby mama take full custody of their daughter … TMZ has learned. The custody war has been quietly raging on for over a year — with Cudi and his baby mama arguing back and forth over who should get full custody. Cudi said he got a place in Chicago just to be close to his daughter and her mother — and provided his daughter with generous support — but his baby mom said that was BS, insisting Cudi was provided “sporadic and inconsistent amounts” of support … and was an absentee dad. (TMZ)

Known for loving his daughter, the G.O.O.D. Music star brought her out at a Cleveland concert a few months back.

Kid Cudi performed a free show in Cleveland on Thursday as part of the 2012 induction festivities for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Toward the end of the show he brought his daughter Vada out on stage to introduce her to the crowd. Check out the video below to see Cudi perform the last few songs of the set, and you can jump to about 6:15 to see him bring out Vada. (Dat New Cudi)

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