Just when we thought Post Malone was the only artist dropping thousands on Postmates, Kid Cudi has come through to show that he can too. The "Day and Night" music maker was surely pulling in big bucks during his Coachella sets and decided to give some back to those less fortunate by ordering $10,000 worth of Popeyes for the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission.


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The video below shows the carload filled with warm meals consisting of Popeyes chicken, biscuits, mashed potatoes for all those staying and using the shelter. 

 

Kid Cudi already made another move with Postmates earlier in the weekend, collaborating on a 4/20 menu that consisted of some once in a lifetime menu options crafted by the "Kids See Ghost" music maker. "Most of the inspiration behind the names on the munchies menu comes from inside jokes with friends and nicknames earned over the years," Kid said of the menu, with such items consisting of Fancy Carbs & Cheese, Anti-Vampire Bread, Lit Pizza, Double Decker Taco and more. 

Speaking of Kid and Coachella, he invited his homie Kanye West on stage to perform "Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1," Kid See Ghosts' "Reborn," and "Ghost Town."