Machine Gun Kelly Responds After His Tour

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Machine Gun Kelly has expressed his feelings about the Omaha spray paint incident in which a bus was vandalized with a gay slur.

Machine Gun Kelly responds to Omaha Machine Gun Kelly Responds After His Tour

Machine Gun Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, attended his performance at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska.

However, on Thursday morning, the 32-year-old singer woke up to find one of his tour buses vandalized.

According to the surface image, one side of Kelly’s red bus is marked “RAP DEVIL F*****”, while the other side is marked with a graphic image of an ejaculating penis.

He said, ‘You are stupid. You spray-painted a bus and thought it was my bus. Wrong bus, you fucking idiot.

He further exclaimed: “Get the first part of the crime right.”

The producers of Emo Girl then made fun of the vandal’s stupidity, claiming they waited until the early hours to paint the vehicle.

“Secondly, I waited until 4:30am on the bus, which means you wait until 5:00am to paint the ad***,” he said.

Kelly went on to add, “You could have cuddled or done something with your partner at home instead of you being like ‘Damn, I just wish he could go to his hotel room so I could spray paint this d** *. ”

He said at the end of the clip: “They washed it off before I even saw it! Aren’t you sad? I’m still in bed and I’m not even enjoying it. You just…you suck.”

Machine Gun Kelly’s 2022 Tour Dates

Machine Gun Kelly is on his way to a mainstream sales tour in support of his self-titled studio album. The album was released worldwide on March 25, 2022.

Additionally, the rapper’s tour kicked off June 8 at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas.

  • August 6: USANA Amphitheater, Salt Lake City, UT
  • August 7: Ball Arena, Denver, Colorado
  • August 9: Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa, USA
  • August 10: Enterprise Center, St. Louis, MO
  • August 11: Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana
  • August 13: FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio
  • September 17: Lanxess Arena Cologne
  • September 19: Tipsport Arena, Prague
  • September 21: Palace 12 in Brussels
  • September 23: Festhalle, Frankfurt am Main
  • September 25: Munich Olympics

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