Machine Gun Kelly "Booed Off Stage" For Playing Eminem Diss Track 'Rap Devil' And Faking Anti-Eminem Photo
Kelly was opening for Fall Out Boy when he performed the track.
Following that, Kelly has been accused of "faking" a photo in which it seems the crowd are showing the middle finger together with MGK, as an insult directed at Eminem after his Kamikaze album disses.
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This began when Machine Gun Kelly posted an Instagram photo showing a large crowd raising their middle fingers alongside MGK, aimed at Eminem. In the photos Kelly can be seen wearing a t-shirt featuring the artwork from Eminem's diss track 'Killshot' as a provocative reply to the rapper's song.
The same post includes a photo of his track 'RAP DEVIL' sitting at No.1 in the charts on itunes, and is accompanied by #rapdevilstillNUMBERONE to further provoke Eminem. Prior to the photo being taken, he had performed his diss track 'Rap Devil' to the crowd.
However, it has since been reported that the crowd, in support of Eminem, booed during his 'Rap Devil' performance and that the instagram photo was staged, claiming that he was "faking" the support of the Fall Out Boy crowd.
Commenters on the post have claimed that Machine Gun Kelly was wearing a jacket when asking the audience to raise their middle fingers for the photo, but took it off when he turned to pose for the camera - only revealing the 'Killshot' t-shirt to the crowd afterwards.
Machine Gun Kelly is currently on tour supporting Fall Out Boy, most recently performing at Orlando's Amway Center - after which a number of fans from the crowd have taken to Twitter to share videos of what appears to him being booed when performing the diss track.
Following the incident, Machine Gun Kelly fans have also claimed that this footage is fake - but it seems impossible to tell for those that weren't there.
Machine Gun Kelly released 'Rap Devil' in response to lyrics from Eminem's 'Not Alike' from his new album Kamikaze. Eminem, in turn, responded with the diss track 'Killshot', but it's still to be seen if Machine Gun Kelly will come back with another response in the ongoing feud.
In the meantime... we think Kanye West just announced his new album YANDHI ?!