Twitterverse – As the last remnants of yesterday, October 4, waned, Kid Cudi made the shocking yet earnest revelation that he had checked himself into rehab for not only being depressed but being plagued by constant thoughts of committing suicide.

The self-proclaimed “lonely stoner” had always wallowed in the melancholy since the inception of his successful music career and he faced his demons head on in an open Facebook post that quickly spread like wildfire.

“Yesterday I checked myself into rehab for depression and suicidal urges,” Cudi humbly admitted before continuing with, “I am not at peace. I haven’t been since you’ve known me. If I didn’t come here, I would’ve done something to myself.

“I simply am a damaged human swimming in a pool of emotions everyday of my life. Theres a ragin violent storm inside of my heart at all times. Idk what peace feels like. Idk how to relax. My anxiety and depression have ruled my life for as long as I can remember and I never leave the house because of it. I cant make new friends because of it. I dont trust anyone because of it.”

Fans and social media onlookers rallied around the 32-year-old superstar, as the point has since amassed more than 44,000 comments and more than 110,000 shares for others to see.

On Twitter, a cathartic conversation amongst black males, as it’s largely perceived that showing weakness within the African American community is frowned upon and discouraged.

According to the keen eyes over at to Huffington Post, the #YouGoodMan hashtag was birthed after @DaynaLNuckolls and @TheCosby discussed the need for black men to have a space to open discuss the state of their mental health without fear of shame or reprimand.

Not soon after, several others joined the conversation including veteran rapper Donwill. Many other members of the Hip Hop community voiced their support for Kid Cudi.

Take a look at some of the candid participation from the #YouGoodMan hashtag down below. Once again, HipHopDX encourages anyone who is feeling in a state of no return to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.

Operators are standing by around the clock to hear you out.

One time for the women holding down the fellas.

Rappers Support Kid Cudi

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