Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi Reveals X-Rays of Broken Foot Post-Coachella Fall: “I’m a Cyborg Now”

Kid Cudi recently took to Instagram to provide his fans with a glimpse of the aftermath of his post-Coachella fall, showcasing the reality of his injury with a series of grisly x-rays.

The versatile artist shared images of his customized boot and the intricate screws inserted into his foot to aid in the healing process, totaling a staggering 10 screws.

“Got my boot! The road to recovery has begun. Here’s some x-rays after the surgery, I wanted y’all to see how real this shit was. I’m a cyborg now,” he captioned the post.

The 40-year-old musician sustained the injury while performing at the renowned music festival in California, where he jumped off the stage, resulting in a broken foot. Reflecting on the incident, Cudi admitted to the folly of attempting such stunts at his age.

“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 and jumping off stages,” he shared in a subsequent video message.

Despite the setback, Cudi remains optimistic about his recovery and expressed his determination to bounce back in time for his upcoming tour. However, he later announced the cancellation of the “Insano: Engage The Rage” world tour due to the severity of his injury, reassuring fans that new tour dates would be announced once he has fully recovered.

“Guys, so, I have a broken calcaneus. I’m headed to surgery now and there’s gonna be a long recovery time. We have to cancel the tour so I can focus on getting better to be out there in top shape to rage with you all,” he informed his followers.

While disappointed by the tour cancellation, Cudi remains grateful for the support of his fans and looks forward to returning to the stage in the future.

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