Last month, Kid Cudi sent out a series of cryptic tweets, calling out "haters within the industry." Twitter / Via Twitter: @KidCudi He talked about "great" rappers who allegedly have ghostwriters... Twitter / Via Twitter: @KidCudi ...all before he disclosed exactly who his tweets were about: Drake and Kanye West. Twitter / Via Twitter: @KidCudi Last night on OVO Sound Radio, Drake announced he'd be releasing More Life in December and debuted three new tracks: “Sneakin,”’ featuring 21 Savage, “Fake Love,” and “Two Birds, One Stone." Grant Lamos Iv / Getty Images Out of all the new tracks, “Two Birds, One Stone” is getting a lot of the attention because people are accusing Drake of taunting Cudi and mocking his mental health issues in the lyrics. Instagram / Via instagram.com "You were the man on the moon / Now you just go through your phases / Life of the angry and famous / Rap like I know I’m the greatest / Then give you the tropical flavors / Still never been on hiatus / You stay xanned and perked up /So when reality set in you don’t gotta face it," Drake raps. Cudi has been open about his suicidal urges and depression. Michael Buckner / Getty Images "My anxiety and depression have ruled my life for as long as I can remember and I never leave the house because of it," Cudi wrote in a lengthy Facebook post earlier this month. View this post on Facebook Facebook: kidcudi Cudi's revelation prompted black men to start the hashtag #YouGoodMan, where they could be transparent with one another about mental health. Upon hearing "Two Birds, One Stone," many took to Twitter to call out Drake for allegedly dissing Cudi. Twitter / Via Twitter: @amilaonaire Some insinuated that the rapper's song is one reason why people don't open up about mental health issues. Twitter / Via Twitter: @CulturallyAlive Others called Drake out for "mocking" Cudi's depression. Twitter / Via Twitter: @apunkgrl But people mainly felt like the diss was a low blow. Twitter / Via Twitter: @iSoLyf3 There were some in Drake's corner, too. Twitter / Via Twitter: @PrinceHAK33M A few supporters of the rapper said that line wasn't worse than any other diss and chalked up the outrage to sensitivity. Twitter / Via Twitter: @CurlsGawd There were also some who acknowledged and sympathized with Cudi's struggles, while also highlighting the similarities in what Drake did with other beefs in rap history. Twitter / Via Twitter: @AnaSofaKingCoo Read more about the ups and downs between Drake, Kanye, and Kid Cudi here. Kevin Winter / Getty images Kevin Winter / Getty images When reached, a representative for Kid Cudi said he has no comment. Drake's publicist did not immediately reply to BuzzFeed News' request for a comment.