What Does This Note Mean, Kid Cudi?

Kid Cudi

What Does This Note Mean, Kid Cudi?

"Just What I Am" rapper drops curious post on Twitter.

Published May 31, 2015

Moody as his lyrics may be, the kid born Scott Mescudi has a way with words.

Taking to Twitter early Sunday morning (May 31), Kid Cudi dropped a handwritten note about being buried in a rose gold plated casket. Though it's not clear from where it comes, he did follow up with a tweet indicating that it's "Not a song." 


"My casket needs to be 100% rose gold plated/ I wanna be in my ripped Levis jeans... don't cut my hair/ No matter what keep the casket closed," it starts. "Send my body to space to be buried on the moon or through a wormhole with all my music... Upon my death, all rivalries are deaded."

Comments of concern and promises to take care poured in from followers in response. "Bro you good? You can write your last wishes, that's cool, I'm sure you can get through this, you made it this far!" wrote @Pharaoh_Wilder. "Your legacy will live on forever Scott. Hope you realize that!" added @Manny2x4.

There are also those who still believe it has do with his upcoming LP, Speedin' Bullet to Heaven. "@KidCudi you're abusing me wtf 😭 just release the album bruhh," wrote @abelisthebabe.

No word yet on when he's planning release his next collection (other than the ambiguous date of 2015), but that may be because he's busy promoting his new role in Entourage, the movie, as Ari Gold's assistant.

What's known for sure, however, is that he's not planning on dying anytime soon (not if he really wants that whole wormhole thing to be part of his homegoing).

Entourage is scheduled to hit theaters this Wednesday (June 3).

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Written by Chay Liberté


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