On Tuesday evening, the rapper took to Facebook to pen a lengthy note about his struggle with "depression and suicidal urges" AND opened up about his decision to seek help. Cudi, whose real name is Scott Mescudi, also cited his anxiety as one of the main factors which led him to enter treatment.
In case you missed it, rapper Kid Cudi took to Twitter on Wednesday to BLASTKanye West and Drake, claiming they don't "give a f*ck about him!" He continued to rant about artists who are jealous, and how he's a threat to them.
The Pursuit Of Happiness performer didn't sugar coat anything!
Dozens of A-listers are doing their part to make sure the lives that were tragically lost in the June 12 shooting at Orlando's Pulse night club aren't forgotten.
On Wednesday, the Human Rights Campaign shared a touching tribute video to the 49 people who were taken too soon in the senseless act of incomprehensible violence, enlisting all sorts of stars to help remember the victims.
Ryan Murphy and his production company Ryan Murphy Television gathered together some of today's most famous, influential celebs to read the names of each victim, and share a little bit of their stories.
Cudi decided to spend his third viewing of the film with some "great company," writing on Twitter:
"Do you love Star Wars? Do you love me? Would you wanna see Star Wars: Force Awakens tonight with me, my treat? Why am I doing this? It's Star Wars. Why not! And I thought it would be cool to start the year off watching a great film for the 3rd time with some great company."
As expected, fans followed instructions and flooded the Glendale, California theater — documenting their viewing experience with Cudi: