Kid Cudi shares what's on his mind, whether that be about Jay Z, or Justin Bieber's antics.
Kid Cudi recently gave his opinion to Esquire magazine on a number of random topics, including Justin Bieber's bad boy behavior. As you are probably well aware, the Biebz has been going through some things, including an addiction to sizzurp? Some of his bad boy antics included urinating in a mop bucket in a public place, getting rowdy at his home and egging his neighbors' houses, and sucking on stripper nipples.
In a write-up for Esquire, Cudder comments on the peeing-in-a-bucket incident, and brings up some valid points: Bieber has never held a regular job so he may not have the same kind of respect for other people as your average job-working citizen.
Get a glimpse into the mind of Kid Cudi below.
On Justin Bieber/becoming famous:
I still do juvenile shit here and there. But I'm not doin' no dumb shit, like pissing in mop buckets, because I got respect for people's shit, and I lived a real life. I used to work at restaurants where I mopped the floor. Justin Bieber hasn't worked a real job, ever, in his life. So he don't know what it's like to fill that mop bucket, go to work, see that motherfuckers didn't clean it the night before and you have to pour it out and put clean water in there. He didn't think about that, because he's just a kid. He ain't lived.
And I hope to God that he goes through all this shit and realizes Damn, I was wilin'. He got a couple more mistakes to make, and he need to make them. When you're in our position, you are single-handedly responsible for multiple people's livelihoods. When I was on cocaine, I would lash out at whoever was closest. I got comfortable having everything I wanted. So everybody loses their way, because it's not normal. But you have to get to that point where it's like, "All right, man, let's grow up."
Whatever age you are just before you're famous, that's where you stop the growth. Look at Michael Jackson, who got famous when he was really young and didn't have a childhood. His whole life he was this childlike person. I got famous when I was twenty-three, so in my mind I'm almost still the twenty-three-year-old Scott, because I've been disconnected from reality and society for the past six years. I have to relearn some things. But you can't be a bitch about it. You gotta go out and just do it.
On Jay Z:
Jay Z's got it all figured out. He's a grown, mature man who's lived and been through it. I think time is what gets you to that place. You look at people, like Hove, who've learned to manage their lifestyle and live healthier and surround themselves with the right people. To be dedicated to your work, but also be dedicated to your personal life and have a code and an understanding between you and your spouse. You can just look at Jay and Beyoncé and tell that there's this peacefulness within that relationship. I've been around them on many occasions and it just fuckin' annoys me!
On being wrong:
I don't usually have anyone telling me when I'm wrong in my life. There's no one telling any celebrities "don't." No one is telling Miley Cyrus "don't." No one is telling Justin Bieber "don't." But it's not even my place to speak about that boy. I don't even know why I got into it. He ain't my son, thank God.