Kid Cudi Names People Who Have Supported Him in Rehab
In early October, it was announced that Kid Cudi was checking himself into a rehabilitation facility to treat “depression and suicidal urges.” In a Facebook post published Monday (Nov. 21), Cudi expressed his appreciation for those who supported him during his time of need, saying that he's feeling much better.
The letter starts by thanking Travis Scott and Pete Davidson, two celebrities who had spoken to Cudi during his time of rehabilitation. Davidson appeared on The Breakfast Club in October saying Cudi was "in pretty good spirits." Scott meanwhile, who collaborated with Cudi on his recently released Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight paid Cudder a visit shortly after he was admitted. Cudi as well thanks Kanye West who at first had some fighting words for Cudi but eventually called him the most influential artist of the past decade.
As seen below, Cudi writes, "Travis Scott, Pete Davidson, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, A$AP Rocky, Willow Smith, Jaden Smith, Plain Pat, Mike Dean, Josh Mond, Virgil Abloh, Victoria Justice, Pete Wentz, Monica, Wiz Khalifa, Tegan and Sara, Zayn, Raury, Scott Aukerman, Jussie Smollett, Jo Jo, Kyle, Noah Callahan-Bever, Joe La Puma, Marc Ecko, Theophilus London, Shad Moss, the whole Hot 97 crew and ALL my glorious fans across the world, Thank You for opening your hearts and extending your love and support during a troubling time. I wanted to let yall know it meant the world to me. I have nothing but love for you. Words can't really express how much it made my heart glow. I look forward to better days. Feelin' great and brand new. Can't wait to run into each and everyone of you and deliver a big hug. Be ready!" He ends the letter with, "P.s. If I forgot anyone Im sorry from the bottom of my soul in advance. You'll still get a hug."
This past weekend, Cudi joined Kanye West onstage at his Saint Pablo show in Sacramento to perform “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" and “Waves." Read Cudi's letter below.
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