Machine Gun Kelly publicly chastised the person who spray-painted his tour van in Nebraska. on the 4th of August, An anonymous person vandalized the artist’s tour bus, painting a graphic picture and a h**ophobic slur while thinking it was the artist’s vehicle. Kelly commented on the situation on his Instagram Story:
“I couldn’t even do the proper offense smh. You’re so stupid. You spray-painted a bus and mistook it for my… You took the wrong bus, you f**king moron. Complete the first portion of the crime correctly.”
He continued, slamming the nameless perpetrator,
“I was at the buses until 4:30 a.m., which implies you were up until 5 a.m. spray painting a d**k. You might have been snuggling with your spouse [or] doing anything at home, but instead, you were like, ‘God da****, I just wish he’d go up to his hotel room so I could spray paint this d**k’… You s**k.”
Kelly also said that the spray paint had been removed before he could see it.
What occurred, when, and how was painted on MGK’s tour bus?
The Machine Gun On Thursday, an unknown person vandalized Kelly’s tour bus in Omaha, Nebraska, by spray-painting a violent picture and a homophobic slur. On one side, the words “Rap Devil F****t” were painted in yellow paint, and on the other, there was an image of a big p***s e****lating. So yet, no one has been detained, and the event is being investigated.
According to a public information officer, an official report has been produced and is being given to a detective in order to find the offender. However, the spray from the bus has already been removed, and no lasting damage to the vehicle has occurred. Although no charges have been brought as of yet, the decision has been left to the bus’s owner, Russell Coach Company. According to an officer investigating the event,
“Technically, since they own the car, it is up to them whether or not to bring charges. When the case is assigned to one of our investigators, they will contact Russel Coach Company, and if they opt not to file charges, the investigation will be closed.”
The incident occurred outside CHI Health Center, where the artist was scheduled to perform.
The Mainstream Sellout Tour
Machine Gun Kelly’s Mainstream Sellout Tour is a concert tour in support of his sixth studio album, Mainstream Sellout. The tour began on June 8, 2022, and will conclude on October 12, 2022. It will include eight opening performers, including Blackbear, Iann Dior, Avril Lavigne, Travis Barker, and others.
Machine Gun Kelly’s second collaboration with Travis Barker, Mainstream Sellout, was released on March 25, 2022. Despite receiving mixed reviews from reviewers, it debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 album list.