Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly is taking new approaches to interacting with fans. This week, MGK teamed up with men’s lifestyle publication GQ to answer questions from people on social media platforms Twitter, YouTube, Reddit and more.
Music mogul Diddy knows he struck gold by adding Machine Gun Kelly to the Bad Boy Records roster in the early 2010’s. The hip-hop icon went to Instagram this week to celebrate MGK blowing up as an international entertainer with versatile tunes, Hollywood credits and more to his name.
MGK expressed to TMZ that he thought what was happening to the Harlem rapper was grimy and says he’s willing to boycott Swedish products until he’s released.
In the brief interview below, he declared the nation’s famous chewy, red, fish-shaped candy was cancelled until Rocky was back in the states.
“Dude, I say we put a boycott! We don’t buy any Swedish fish, no IKEA, no more Spotify until we let him out,” the reporter urged. But Machine Gun Kelly wasn’t bold enough to boycott the streaming service. “Free my man… No more Spotify? Woah,” the “I Think I’m OKAY” rapper quickly retracted once he realized what he was agreeing to.
Although the intentions are good, Swedish Fish is now owned by Cadbury and manufactured in Canada and not Sweden anymore.
New York rapper Cardi B and Offset are here for Machine Gun Kelly. The married couple recently co-signed MGK’s The Dirt Netflix biopic – based on rock group Motley Crue – and said he’s destined for even more Hollywood greatness.