Last night, Timothée Chalamet opened Kid Cudi’s headlining set at ComplexCom with a poem. The Call Me By Your Name star recited Common’s introduction to Cudi’s 2009 album Man on the Moon: The End of Day.

Sat on the stage floor, hunched over in a hoodie, Chalamet began, “We live in a world where it’s more okay to follow than to lead. In this world being a leader is trouble for the system we are all accustomed to.”

“Feel The Love” then played as Kid Cudi and Pusha T  entered the stage. The 27-year-old actor remained on stage, in their most awkward appearance together since Cudi’s birthday dinner.

Check out Timmy’s hypeman moves below.

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Here is Timothée Chalamet performing Common’s intro from MAN ON THE MOON then mobbing on stage with Pusha-Ton and Kid Cudi…prob one of the hardest concert intros ever shit

A post shared by Frazier Tharpe (@the_summerman) on Nov 2, 2019 at 8:24pm PDT



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