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Watch: Machine Gun Kelly Names 10 Things He Can’t Live Without

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly has some major daily needs. The hip-hop veteran has shared a Top 10 list of everything he can’t live without from his comics to Nintendo Switch.

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Machine Gun Kelly Takes One Last Shot at Eminem To End 2018

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Just when it seemed like the beef between Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem was cooked, served and stored in the fridge, MGK decided to throw it back in the microwave to end 2018.

Taking to his Instagram page for one last swipe at Eminem, the Cleveland rapper posted a quick clip of his Slim Shady diss track “Rap Devil” accompanied with a caption that made his intentions clear.

“just to piss y’all off one more time before the years over. y’all still BIG mad. F*ck rap god Im the rap devil goodbye 2018.”

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Kinda seems like MGK might be the one still salty about Eminem taking a shot at him on “Not Alike” but that’s just our assessment.

We doubt Eminem will respond to this but then again you never know what to expect from Em at any given moment. For all we know, he might decide to take another shot at MGK when he drops his next album in a few years.

Until then though it seems like Machine Gun Kelly has gotten the last word in an otherwise unexpected rap battle

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Machine Gun Kelly Disses Eminem To Close Out 2018: “Just To Piss Y’All Off One More Time”

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly is getting under the skin of Slim Shady fans one last time. The hip-hop artist has fired off one final blast at Eminem before 2019.

Last night, MGK hopped on Instagram to troll Em with a snippet from his now-infamous “Rap Devil” battle video.

Back in late September, Em’s “Killshot” MGK diss record shot up the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Eminem has proven as much with “Killshot,” his scorching new Machine Gun Kelly diss track that debuts at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. The diss track also launches atop the Digital Song Sales chart, Eminem’s first song to do so since his Rihanna collaboration “The Monster” in 2013. “Killshot” marks Eminem’s 10th Digital Song Sales chart-topper, tying him with Drake for the most among male artists. (Forbes)

Prior to the achievement, G-Unit boss 50 Cent applauded Em’s battle anthem making history on video streaming giant YouTube.

According to reports, Em’s “Killshot” YouTube video had the largest debut of any hip-hop song in YouTube history.

The official audio of “Killshot” earned a record 38.1 million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours of its release on Friday. It now has over 72 million views on the site. YouTube said “Killshot” also had the third-highest debut of any song in the site’s history, and the track is on top of the site’s US trending chart. (Business Insider)

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Look: Machine Gun Kelly Lands GALORE Magazine’s Romance Issue

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly is looking picture perfect. MGK hit up social media Friday (December 14) to share shots from his new Galore Magazine cover.

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Machine Gun Kelly Loses His Head – Sorta – For Jamie Foxx’s New Netflix Movie

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly is showing no hair don’t care. The hip-hop artist has said bye-bye to his signature look for his role in an upcoming movie.

Kells went to Instagram this week to share before and after footage of him losing his blonde look.

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im so lucky. wtf.

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According to reports and MGK’s clues, his revamped image is for an upcoming film with Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx.

This was kept well under wraps, but apparently Machine Gun Kelly scored a role in the new Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt production for Netflix. The movie, which has previously been called “Power,” has been filming in New Orleans, but the “Bad Things” rapper just posted a video of his head being shaved and said, “chopped it all off for this one,” adding, “where tfu at @iamjamiefoxx.” (The Blast)

A few days ago, Kells hinted at plans to lose his hair for a new flick.

Last month, buzz developed about potential new music brewing for MGK and singer Lana Del Rey.

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Machine Gun Kelly Says He’s Losing His Top: “Say Goodbye To My Hair”

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly is doing the ultimate sacrifice for Hollywood. The hip-hop artist has announced a major change is coming to his hair for a new movie role.

MGK went to Instagram last night (November 1) to reveal his signature blonde look is drastically changing up.

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Machine Gun Kelly & Lana Del Rey Are Low-Key Cooking Up

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly and Lana Del Rey have social media’s full attention. The hip-hop artist and crooner low-key look like they’re dropping new music.

This week, Lana hit up Instagram to share footage of Kells rapping over one of her signature sounds.

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@machinegunkelly

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This week, Machine Gun Kelly revealed he’s still cashing in on the aftermath of dropping an anti-Eminem record called “Rap Devil” with merchandise.

Back in late September, Em’s “Killshot” MGK diss record shot up the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Eminem has proven as much with “Killshot,” his scorching new Machine Gun Kelly diss track that debuts at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. The diss track also launches atop the Digital Song Sales chart, Eminem’s first song to do so since his Rihanna collaboration “The Monster” in 2013. “Killshot” marks Eminem’s 10th Digital Song Sales chart-topper, tying him with Drake for the most among male artists. (Forbes)

Prior to the achievement, G-Unit boss 50 Cent applauded Em’s battle anthem making history on video streaming giant YouTube.

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Machine Gun Kelly Is Still Cashing In On Now-Infamous Eminem Feud

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly is still making money off his summer feud with everyone’s favorite Rap God. The hip-hop star is pushing merch promoting his Rap Devil moniker.

Kells went to Instagram Tuesday (October 23) to announce plans to sell apparel related to his now-infamous Eminem diss song.

Back in late September, Em’s “Killshot” MGK diss record shot up the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Eminem has proven as much with “Killshot,” his scorching new Machine Gun Kelly diss track that debuts at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. The diss track also launches atop the Digital Song Sales chart, Eminem’s first song to do so since his Rihanna collaboration “The Monster” in 2013. “Killshot” marks Eminem’s 10th Digital Song Sales chart-topper, tying him with Drake for the most among male artists. (Forbes)

Prior to the achievement, G-Unit boss 50 Cent applauded Em’s battle anthem making history on video streaming giant YouTube.

According to reports, Em’s “Killshot” YouTube video had the largest debut of any hip-hop song in YouTube history.

The official audio of “Killshot” earned a record 38.1 million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours of its release on Friday. It now has over 72 million views on the site. YouTube said “Killshot” also had the third-highest debut of any song in the site’s history, and the track is on top of the site’s US trending chart. (Business Insider)

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Atlanta Police Department Issues Warrants for MGK’s Crew Following Hotel Brawl

Remember a couple weeks back when Machine Gun Kelly’s crew stomped out a guy in a hotel lobby? It’s coming back to haunt them. The Atlanta Police Department now has an arrest warrant for three of the men involved.

MGK’s team gave a beat down to Gabriel Rodriguez, an actor who goes by “G-Rod,” who called the rapper a “pussy.” TMZ reports the men are charged with misdemeanors so efforts to bring the men, two of which who don’t live in Georgia, in too face the judge will not be met with monetary resources.

Rodriguez nor Kelly have been charged in the incident.

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Machine Gun Kelly’s Team Wanted By Atlanta Cops

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Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly‘s entourage might want to stay away from Atlanta for a long, long, long time. New reports claim MGK’s camp has active warrants out for their arrest.

According to reports, ATL cops are on the prowl for Machine Gun Kelly’s crew weeks after a physical altercation went down with actor Gabriel “G-Rod” Rodriguez.

Sources close to the case tell TMZ … Atlanta PD has ID’d at least 3 individuals involved in the brutal beatdown of actor Gabriel “G-Rod” Rodriguez, and they’ve each been charged with misdemeanor battery. We’re told at least 2 of the crew members live outside the state, and Atlanta PD won’t spend resources to extradite the suspects … because they’re only charged with misdemeanors. (TMZ)

Back in mid-September, buzz developed about G-Rod rolling up on MGK in defense of the rapper’s rival Eminem.

In the video, obtained by TMZ, you see G-Rod point at MGK and say, “I’m gonna say it because it has to be said, you’re a p*ssy for going for family!” G-Rod tells us he was especially upset because he’s a husband and father of 3 kids. In the video, MGK appears to shove G-Rod and turn the phone away. The video stops there, but G-Rod says that’s when 5 of MGK’s bodyguards swooped in and, as he puts it, MGK suddenly got tough and started challenging him. G-Rod claims Kelly shoved him. He says the bar manager immediately sided with the celebrity … and kicked out G-Rod. (TMZ)

A few hours later, G-Rod and MGK’s bodyguards allegedly faced off outside of an Atlanta hotel.

G-Rod says he went into the hotel lobby and MGK continued jawing at him … with all his bodyguards standing around him. G-Rod, who’s a pretty big dude, says he told them he’d fight each of them — one at a time — if they wanted a fight. Instead, he says the bodyguards all jumped him at once. (TMZ)

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