The rager, the menace
He starts the two first verses in a similar manner — only this time, you can’t hear him sniffing a line of coke before the verse starts.
It represents the fact that his coke addiction was so bad that he couldn’t go on with the song (he admited that he needed coke to get through shows during an interview with complex magazine), so instead of doing a third verse, the song just ends. This could also symbolize the end to his coke addiction. As he went through withdrawal while writing MOTMII
The listener does not hear him sniff cocaine prior to this third verse. What he is saying is that he cannot muster enough “crazy” to effectively bring out “The Wizard” or enough vehemence to summon “The Rager” without cocaine. Both of these alter-egos are Cudi’s tools for coping with his “heavy worries.” Yet, without the cocaine, he cannot conjure up enough energy to access them. Not only cannot he not finish the song, but without cocaine his “worries” effectively crush him because of their “heaviness”: he cannot cope with his problems the same way anymore. He quits cocaine.
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