Kid Cudi pleads guilty in drug case
Kid Cudi has pleaded guilty in New York City to possession of a controlled substance.
The Manhattan district attorney's office said the charge will be dismissed if the rapper stays out of trouble for six months and serves two days of community service.
The star was arrested on June 11. Police said at the time they believed he had cocaine in his pocket. He performed the next day at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee.
The Cleveland native released his debut album, Man On The Moon: The End of Day, in 2009.
Cudi pleaded guilty last Friday through his lawyer.
His next court date is March 23.