The comedian and SNL castmember stopped by The Breakfast Club on Thursday (May 6) to talk about the rapper's debut on the long-running NBC sketch comedy show, where he performed songs from his latest album, Man on the Moon III: The Chosen, including his final performance in a spaghetti-strap floral-print dress similar to one worn by the late Nirvana frontman in the '90s. Off-White founder and Louis Vuitton artistic director Virgil Abloh designed the garment, which Cudi later explained on Twitter would be included in his next Off-White collection.
"I loved it. I thought it was great," Davidson told host Charlamagne Tha God. "When you get criticism like that ... it's just like, OK cool, those are people I don't really want to associate myself with anyway -- people that are that close-minded. I thought it was really cool and like a really cool tribute. Virgil [Abloh] made it, it's sick. They're gonna sell it as a unisex dress. I thought he killed it."