Kid Cudi gets engaged: 'She is everything to me'

Kid Cudi is engaged to Lola Abecassis credit:Bang Showbiz
Kid Cudi is engaged to Lola Abecassis credit:Bang Showbiz

Kid Cudi has got engaged to Lola Abecassis Sartore.

The 40-year-old rapper - who is already having a big week after being revealed as a last minute addition to the Coachella lineup - announced his engagement in a sweet post days after the loved up couple attended the 'Knuckles' premiere in London on Monday (15.04.24).

Alongside photos of them at the event, he wrote on Instagram: "My [fiancée] Lola and me at the Knuckles premiere.

"This amazing woman makes me so happy, she is everything to me and im so excited to share this news w u all.

"Life is wild, and right when I felt my future was uncertain, it became crystal clear with Lola. Happy Cud in full effect. (sic)"

Menswear designer Lola shared the news with her own followers as she posted a heartfelt message for the star, whose real name is Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi.

She said: "I never thought I could love someone this much! So proud to call you my fiancé Scott."

In her Instagram Story, she added: "The smiles on our faces says it all! Love you to the moon and back. Love u more my angel baby. (sic)"

In the past, Cudi has been romantically linked to Cassie Ventura, entertainment attorney Jamie Baratta, and costume designer Raquel Deriane.

Back in 2022, when he was single, the actor and musician - who has a 12-year-old daughter called Vada - described himself as "a relationship man".

told Esquire: "I want a girlfriend. I want a girlfriend. I need to be with somebody. Most people would think I enjoy being single, because I’m single a lot. But I’m a relationship man.

"My goal is to find someone. Soon, hopefully. And get married and have more kids."

Cudi was also looking forward to seeing his daughter go on her own journey of self-discovery.

The rap star explained: "She might not have it all figured out. But once she’s out in the world and she’s in college, whatever she chooses to do, she’ll have some living under her belt.

"She’ll be out in the world on her own. And she can maybe understand some things. It might take her some time."