Machine Gun Kelly responds after his tour bus was vandalized with homophobic graffiti

Machine Gun Kelly expressed his feelings about the Omaha spray painting incident where a bus was vandalized with a homophobic slur.

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Machine Gun Kelly responds to Omaha spray painting incident

Machine Gun Kelly whose real name is Colson Baker is in Omaha, Nebraska for his performance at the CHI Health Center.

However, on Thursday morning, the 32-year-old singer woke up to one of his tour buses being vandalized.

As per the surfacing images, one side of Kelly’s red bus has been marked with, ‘RAP DEVIL F*****’ while the other had a graphic image of an ejaculating penis.

Regardless, the rocker took to his Instagram Story to address the bus vandalism incident on the 4th of August Thursday.

He said, ‘You’re so dumb. You spray painted a bus thinking it was my bus. Wrong bus, you f*****g idiot.’

He further exclaimed, ‘Do the first part of the crime right.’

The Emo Girl hitmaker then made fun of the vandal’s stupidity and claimed that they waited for him until the early morning to spray paint the vehicle.

He said, ‘Second of, I was by the buses ’till 4:30 in the morning, which means you waited ’till 5:00 am to spray paint ad***.’

Machine Gun Kelly
Machine Gun Kelly responds after his tour bus was vandalized with homophobic graffiti

Kelly continued by adding, ‘You could have been at home cuddling with your partner or doing something, and instead you were like”Goddamnit, I just wish he would go up to his hotel room so I can spray paint this d***. ”’

He concluded the clip by saying, ‘They washed it off before I even saw it! Aren’t you sad? I’m still in bed, I didn’t even get to enjoy it. You just… you suck.’

Machine Gun Kelly’s 2022 tour dates

Machine Gun Kelly is on the road for his Mainstream Sellout Tour to support his studio album of the same name. The record was released globally on 25th March 2022.

Moreover, the rapper’s tour kicked off at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas on 8th June.

  • 6th August: USANA Amphitheatre, Salt Lake City, UT
  • 7th August: Ball Arena, Denver, CO
  • 9th August: Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, IA
  • 10th August: Enterprise Center, St Louis, MO
  • 11th August: Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN
  • 13th August: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
  • 17th September: Lanxess Arena, Cologne
  • 19th September: Tipsport Arena, Prague
  • 21st September: Palais 12, Brussels
  • 23rd September: Festhalle, Frankfurt Am Main
  • 25th September: Olympiahalle, München

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