(AllHipHop News) Kid Cudi has been in the news a lot the last few weeks.
The "Day 'n' Nite" rhymer made headlines for a Twitter rant taking aim at Kanye West and Drake for using multiple writers on their songs.
Soon after that situation, Cudi announced he was dealing with depression and suicidal urges, and he checked himself into rehab.
Then on this week, Drake faced significant backlash for "Two Birds, One Stone" song lyrics that appeared to bash Cudi for his battle with mental health issues.
Recently, SNL cast member Pete Davidson stopped by The Breakfast Club, and the stand-up comedian revealed Cudi played a significant part in his adolescence.
“If you’re 25 and under, I truly believe that Kid Cudi saved your life," said Davidson.
He added, "I would’ve killed myself. Absolutely. One hundred percent. I truly believe if [Cudi's debut studio album] Man On The Moon didn’t come out, I wouldn’t be here.”
The 22-year-old New Yorker also spoke about communicating with the Ohio rapper since he began his stint in rehabilitation.
"I texted with him, maybe, last Monday and he's in really good spirits. I think I might go see him next week, " stated Davidson.
Pete Davidson’s Comedy Central special SMD airs October 29 at 11 pm ET.