As the artist swings over the uncontrolled fan, security rises sharply
Machine Gun Kelly found himself in the middle of another feud over the weekend.
The “Bloody Valentine” singer attends a concert while performing Saturday at the Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky.
The fight broke out after an unidentified person in the crowd pushed MGK (31) while singing.
Security got involved – and so did MGK, who hit a punch. It is not clear from the video whether the singer’s fist made contact with the man.
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Due to safety, MGK managed to finish the rest of their set.
A representative for MGK did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment, while the Louder Than Life Festival did not comment.
However, MGK’s physical altercation was not the only moment that grabbed headlines from their sets. The “Drunk Face” singer received mixed reactions from the crowd, with some slamming her as she took to the stage that night.
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In another viral video from the festival, the crowd can be heard chanting “You suck” before rolling into an endless chorus of loud noises. The video shows a section of concert goers holding their middle fingers directly on the MGK stage.
The “The Dirt” star seemed defeated at one point, saying, “Okay, enjoy the rest of the concert.”
Despite videos showing otherwise, MGK took to twitter to pull up the report He was kicked off the stage.
The self-proclaimed “blonde don” wrote, “I don’t know why the media lies against me in their narratives all the time, but I saw 20,000 amazing fans singing every word at the festival and 20 outraged.”
MGK’s tweet included a video of a fan who was close to the stage, accompanied by a crowd of people singing and really enjoying the set.
The festival’s hard rock for MGK is likely to be due to audience reaction. Slipknot Trashing Him At another concert earlier this month.
MGK not only called the band an “old, weird dude with a mask”, but he also told the crowd that he was glad he “wasn’t 50 years old wearing a weird mask on the stage of Off-Kin.”