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Kid Cudi Tells the Crowd at BET Experience, “I’m good”

Kid Cudi Tells the Crowd at BET Experience, “I’m good”

Photo Courtesy: Getty Images / Harmony Gerber

Many Kid Cudi fans were heartbroken when he revealed the difficult experiences he went through last October on Facebook. He admitted to his fans that he was in rehab in hopes of recovering from suicidal thoughts and depression. He said on his Facebook update, “I am not at peace. I haven’t been since you’ve known me. If I didn’t come here, I would’ve done something to myself.

Kid Cudi returned to the stage after his long absence on Thursday night, June 22, at the BET Experience 2017 held at the Staples Center. He started off his set by smiling to the audience and saying, “So we all go through things, you know. It’s a part of life. It’s how we get through the sh*t. We become stronger, we become better. That’s what makes us better people. It tells us what type of people we are.”

It is apparent that his words were directed towards the tough battles he was fighting with his whole entire life. Kid Cudi seems to be recovering very well the past few months, while his happiness also demonstrated during his performance. He concluded his introduction telling the crowd that he loved them and ending it with, “I just wanted to tell y’all, I’m good!”

We are all so thankful for the progress Kid Cudi has made and we continue to hope for his best recovery.

 

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