Child Cudi’s wardrobe for his Saturday Night Live musical performances this end of the week had a great deal going on.
To begin with, he wore a t-shirt featuring an picture of Chris Farley during his performance of “Tequila Shots” from his latest album “Man on the Moon III: The Chosen.” Farley, a former SNL cast member, died in 1997 at age 33.
Many Twitter clients also noticed the green sweatshirt Kid Cudi wore during the performance resembled one Kurt Cobain wore. The Nirvana lead singer died by suicide in 1994.
Yet, that wasn’t the only tribute.
For his performance of “Sad People,” Kid Cudi changed into a flower dress, which he tweeted was to honor Cobain. Child Cudi’s performance fell on the same week of the anniversary of Cobain’s death, April 5.
“Virgil designed the dress for me,” Kid Cudi wrote, referring to designer Virgil Abloh. “I told him I wanted to show love to Kurt w a floral print sundress and this man made a masterpiece.”
Kid Cudi likewise tweeted he was doing an collection with Abloh’s fashion label Off-White and that the dress would be incorporated.
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