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Kid Cudi had a stroke while in rehab in 2016

Kid Cudi spoke candidly about the health scare that forced him away from music.

In a interview with Esquire, the rapper revealed he had a stroke two weeks after being admitted to a rehab facility for depression and drug addiction in 2016. Did.

Old, 38, said he had to be hospitalized because the stroke left him speech and movement impaired, telling the outlet that "everything went wrong."

After months of physical rehab, Cudi auditioned for the Broadway play Lobby Hero and felt like she had finally broken through with Michael Cera.

The "Mr. Rager" rapper had to memorize a lot of lines for the role and ended up going to another actor. I feel it now.

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. "I was happy. Damn, my brain is still strong. I didn't lose anything from it." The Pursuit' rapper has opened up about his ongoing feud with ex-friend Kane West.Hoping to accept Kim Kardashian's divorce petition.

"What if you're a grown man and can't deal with the fact that you've lost a woman? It's not a king's problem, you have to take responsibility for yourself like all men in this life do," he said, adding, "I lost a woman too. I had to admit, I don't need it in my life."

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The pair's feud began last year when Kardashian was dating comedian Pete Davidson — one of Cudi's best friends.

Given their close friendship, West eventually from his "Donda 2" album rapper — real name Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi — . I decided to cut.

The "Day 'N' Nite" rapper was "upset" by the decision. so you know what it feels like to be trending?” he explained. "So this guy's troll messaged you on Instagram or Twitter? All in the comments?"

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Mescudi has a long history as amental health professional advocating for — something he's proud of .

So I take it. It doesn't stress me out," he told the outlet when asked if he was ever "tired" of being a mental health spokesperson. 74} "It's 'No, Scott. You need to be here. Let's get old.'