Kanye Urged The Crowd At His First L.A. ‘Pablo’ Show To Sing Their Support Of Kid Cudi

10.26.16 1 month ago 2 Comments

If Drake was looking for Kanye West to go along with his Cudi bashing, he’s gonna be as disappointed as well… every other point in his life. Yeezy continued the massive outpouring of support for Cudi at his Saint Pablo tour stop in Los Angeles by having the crowd sing Cudi’s hook on “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1.”

“Let’s sing this one time for Cudi,” he told the crowd at The Forum on October 25th. “So Cudi, he in rehab right now, but he got a number one song on the radio, and I want you to sing so he can hear it.”

“Cudi, you hear him?” he asked before following up the reprise by launching into one of his most triumphant songs, 2005’s “Touch The Sky.”

Kanye West is only the latest to reach out and support Cudi after the rapper checked himself into rehab, citing mental health problems. Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson credited the rapper’s music with saving his life before empathizing with Cudi’s situation.

“I would’ve killed myself. Absolutely 100%. I truly believe if Man on the Moon didn’t come out, I wouldn’t be here,” he told The Breakfast Club. “It’s kind of comforting to know your hero goes through the same stuff you do.”

So forget Drake’s petty diss tracks Cudi, everyone on the G.O.O.D. music side of things is rooting for you.

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