‘Wrong bus:’ Machine Gun Kelly responds to Omaha spray painting incident


Machine Gun Kelly responded to the Omaha spray painting incident that seen a bus vandalised with a homophobic slur.

The Mainstream Sellout creator is presently on a tour. He is acting on the CHI Health Center in Omaha on Thursday, August 4th.

The star has been on tour since he played his first show in Austin, Texas, June 8.

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Machine Gun Kelly responds to Omaha spray painting incident

Machine Gun Kelly, who moreover goes by the acronym MGK, took to his Instagram stories on Thursday, August 4th, to cope with the Omaha bus vandalism incident.

The bus in question was initially believed to belong to the rapper, nonetheless plainly it’s not his.

‘You’re so dumb,’ the 32-year-old says at the beginning, addressing the person/of us behind the vandalism.

“You spray-painted a bus, thinking it was my bus, WRONG BUS, you f*****g idiot” he hilariously exclaims.

“Do the first part of the crime right,” he says, aiming one different dig on the person or of us behind the vandalism.

The rapper whose precise title is Colson Baker, further explains that he was by the bus at 4:30 inside the morning. “Which means that you waited until 5:00 AM to spray paint a d**k,” he says.

The Emo Girl rapper then revealed that the paint was washed off sooner than he acquired a chance to see it. “But y’all ever say or do any of this sh** to my face,” he captions the story.

A fan fainted at MGK’s Pittsburgh current

The Omaha spray painting incident isn’t the one data that has made the headlines in Machine Gun Kelly’s 2022 tour.

During the rapper’s current in PPG Paints Arens, Pittsburgh, the place Willow Smith was the opener, a fan fainted inside the crowd all through her effectivity.

The Transparent Soul singer stopped her set abruptly until the fan was taken to safety.

TMZ tales that these present on the stay efficiency acknowledged that the fan wanted to be taken away on a stretcher.

Machine Gun Kelly’s 2022 tour dates

AUG 06: USANA Amphitheatre, Salt Lake City, UT
AUG 07: Ball Arena, Denver, CO,
AUG 09: Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, IA
AUG 10: Enterprise Center, St Louis, MO
AUG 11: Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN
AUG 13: First Energy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
SEP 17: Lanxess Arena, Cologne
SEP 19: Tipsport Arena, Prague
SEP 21: Palais 12, Bruxelles
SEP 23: Festhalle, Frankfurt Am Main
SEP 25: Olympiahalle, München

Here’s a check out the rest of the tour dates.

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