Machine Gun Kelly Plans Not to Respond to Eminem’s “Killshot” – Details Here!

September 20, 2018
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Machine Gun Kelly going after his idol Eminem was daring but perhaps ill advised. The song he released “Rap Devil,” was pretty hot and had some validity to it, but Em gained fame battle rapping. And after being picked apart by Em in “Killshot”, MGK has wisely decided not to respond. MGK reportedly had a response ready but is deciding not to continue the feud.

Machine Gun Kelly is currently on tour with Fall Out Boy and is enjoying a new found fame so another kill shot may actually slow his progress or end it. In a recent interview with NYC, The Breakfast Club, MGK stated, he had planned to keep the beef going but after “Killshot” dropped, he decided otherwise. He stated, “I had a clip ready. I heard ‘Killshot’ and I put that shit back in the holster. I’m like ‘Oh word, aight, he called me a mumble rapper dog…”

SO with that being said, lets move on to other MGK news. The star is gearing up to drop his second major label EP, Binge which is scheduled for release Friday (Sept 21).

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