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Kid Cudi's Eerie Handwritten Note About Death Had His Fans Worried

Cudi's supporters replied with words of encouragement.

Kid Cudi's rapped about mortality on songs like "Cudderisback," but on Sunday, May 31, a Twitter post about death left fans seriously concerned for the Ohio rapper's well-being.

"My casket needs to be 100 percent rose gold and plated," read a handwritten statement on Cudi's account. "I wanna be in my ripped Levi’s jeans and my ‘Incesticide' Nirvana T-shirt with my Converse. Don’t cut my hair. No matter what, keep the casket closed."

The full message, which includes information about cremation and separate funerals for fans and family members, can be read below.

Soon after sharing that, Cudi confirmed these weren't lyrics to a song.

Although it's hard to say whether Cudi wrote that letter himself - or even what his intentions behind the post were - a number of his followers were clearly concerned by the note. So, they responded on Twitter with words of encouragement.

Cudi hasn't tweeted about death since that post. Instead, he followed it up with links to his Complex cover story and this loving message to his followers:

Cudi's reportedly working on his new album, Speedin' Bullet To Heaven, a project that's slated to feature no guest appearances. It's the follow-up to last year's Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon.