Machine Gun Kelly isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty.
The 32-year-old rapper appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers Wednesday and explained why he slammed a champagne glass on his forehead the day before. His Mainstream Sellout Tour event at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday night ended with an altercation.
The singer, who is 48, asked the host, “You when you clink a champagne glass with a fork to grab people’s attention.” In other words, “I didn’t have a fork so I just clinked it on my skull,” as in:
“That’s what they call it in medicine, asking for it.” He joked as the audience laughed loudly at his line of humour.
In an interview, the “gfy” singer also explained why he felt so compelled to play at the legendary arena.
“From New York City came my very first song. ” I was the first rapper to win Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater in Harlem for $45 and I never cashed it, I always just kept it “MGK went on to say. He said, “The only thing I said the entire day was, ‘We’re at the Garden, we’re at the Garden!'”
On Tuesday night, the musician (born Colson Baker) smashed a champagne glass against his skull and sang “My Ex’s Best Friend” while blood ran down his face at a post-concert afterparty, reports the New York Times.
MGK can be seen giving a statement before declaring the crowd, “I don’t give an s—-,” and then smashing the glass against his face amid screams from the audience.
“And this is when everything started to change…” The video was subtitled by MGK.
When Megan Fox, Avril LaVigne and Mod Sun were in the audience for his performance of “My Ex’s Best Friend” on Instagram, MGK was holding a bloody towel and someone offered him a clean one while he sang. The post’s caption simply stated, “f—- it. “
Afterward, the performer walked out of the gathering with dried blood smeared across his face and pink costume.
Life in Pink, a new Hulu documentary on the singer of “Papercuts,” was released earlier this week and gives fans an intimate insight into his personal life.
When MGK’s father died in 2020, he began to descend into a deep depression that lasted for several years.
“To get rid of everything, I flew to my father’s house. I’m glad I did. A strange encounter with a neighbour, who told me things I didn’t want to hear, happened to me recently; “His father died on the anniversary of the release of his Hotel Diablo record, which he recalls in the film he made.
“Even more distressing was the fact that I couldn’t come to any sort of resolution with it. As the hours passed and I refused to leave my room, the room began to grow dim.”
In his words: “In the wake of Megan’s absence to film a feature film in Bulgaria, I began experiencing intense paranoia. Paranoid that someone would come and kill me at any moment. It was one of those days when I just snapped.”
In his words, “I called Megan, and I said, ‘You aren’t here for me’.” “I’m in my room and I’m ranting on the phone and I’ve got the barrel of the shotgun in my mouth. As the bullet rises, the shell gets jammed. Megan has been completely silent.”
The artist says the terrifying experience changed his life. He realised that something wasn’t quite right about the way he felt there after.
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His 36-year-old actress fiancée has a beneficial effect on him in the documentary.
“Megan became like the sun to me—like the one that I orbit around and gives me life and like helps me grow,” he explained. “It’s like all the fairy tales you never heard about in school or were never taught about. Just like our chemistry is out of this world. I feel like I’ve known her in countless past lifetimes.”
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