Kid Cudi Reveals He Broke His Foot After Jumping Off Coachella Stage

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Kid Cudi just admit that he is recovering from his fall at Coachella as he revealed he now has a broken foot.

“Hey guys, so I broke my foot today at the show. just leavin the hospital. Never broken a bone before so this is all a bit crazy. I wanna thank u all for ur concerns and well wishes!! I love yall man. I heard yall still ragin when I was offstage. Made me smile big,” the rapper posted on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Sunday.

In one video, the musician laughed about the incident when recalling what happens.

“This is what happens when a 40-year-old man tries to prance around off stage like he’s 26 like he used to do back in the day. I learned a valuable lesson: no more prancing around, jumping off stages. I’m hoping that I be healed up in time for tour. That’s the plan. I don’t want to let you guys down. So that’s what we’re aiming for. Not cancelling anything just yet. Just going to wait and see how things go.”

He reiterated that he was okay but “a little sore.” “Yesterday was a lot of pain. But I’m doing better now… Apparently I broke something in my heel. This is a major setback. Don’t worry. I’m going to bounce back,” he said before joking, “Engage the rage, but not at 40.”


While performing at Coachella, the star had to cut his set short due to the injury captured by fans.

In many clips, some can see the musician stepping down off the stage before he rolls his ankle.

Kid Cudi was announced as par of the festival’s Weekend 2 lineup. The headliners for both weekends which took place April 12-14 and April 19-21, were Lana Del Rey and Tyler, the Creator on Saturday and Doja Cat on Sunday. No Doubt also reunited for Saturday night performances both weekends, with Olivia Rodrigo joining them during the first weekend.

Will Smith performed as a surprise guest this year joining J Balvin to perform his hit song “Men in Black,” from his 1997 box office blockbuster film of the same name.

Other guest performances throughout the festival included Billie Eilish, Shakira and Paris Hilton. Meanwhile, when Kesha performed her hit song “TiK ToK” with Reneé Rapp, she changed the lyrics to say “f— P. Diddy.”

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