Kid Cudi thanks Kanye West, Pharrell, more for emotional support
'Words can't really express how much it made my heart glow,' he writes
Kid Cudi is thanking his fans and friends for emotional support during “a troubling time.”
The experimental rapper checked himself into rehab last month to confront “depression and suicidal urges.” On Monday, Cudi posted a heartfelt letter to his Facebook pag, thanking Kanye West, Travis Scott, Pete Davidson of Saturday Night Live, Empire‘s Jussie Smollett, Pharrell Williams, and many others for their support.
“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,” he wrote. “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!”
Cudi made his first public appearance after rehab at ComplexCon in Long Beach, California at the beginning of November, and appeared on Kanye West’s floating stage on Saturday during the Life of Pablo artist’s shortened Sacramento set.
Cudi’s sixth studio album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’, was set for a Sept. 30 release before it was delayed. A new release date has not been announced. The rapper has shared two songs from it: “Frequency” and “Surfin'” featuring Pharrell.
Read Cudi’s full letter below.