Machine Gun Kelly Responded To The Omaha Spray Painting Incident
The creator of Mainstream Sellout is presently on tour. On Thursday, August 4th, he will give a performance at the CHI Health Center in Omaha.
Since June 8, when he performed at his first concert in Austin, Texas, the celebrity has been on tour.
Machine Gun On August 4th, Kelly, also known by the abbreviation MGK, addressed the Omaha bus vandalism incident in his Instagram stories.
It turns out that the rapper doesn't own the bus that was initially thought to be his.
The 32-year-old begins by saying, "You're so dumb," to whoever or whatever is responsible for the vandalism.
He yells, "You painted a bus with spray paint, thinking it was my bus. WRONG BUS, you f*****g idiot."
Then he says, "Do the first part of the crime right."
According to the rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker, he was on the bus until 4:30 in the morning. That means you waited until five in the morning to spray paint a d**k, he says.
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