Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) plays the early days of Tommy Lee in an exclusive clip from Netflix’s Motley Crue biopic “The Dirt.”
The Eminem vs. Machine Gun Kelly feud has largely died down after bubbling over last summer with a series of diss tracks fired off by the two rappers.
But, as MGK’s Tuesday appearance on Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” evidenced, the rappers’ war of the words is still on some fans’ minds, with the hosts asking the 29-year-old rapper if he thinks he and Slim Shady’s story could find a satisfying ending.
“Is there any way you and Shady could reconcile … is there any closure to that?” DJ Akademiks asked Kelly.
“Put us on a track, see who comes harder,” Kelly suggested.
Kelly, who recently released his fourth studio album “Hotel Diablo” and announced a tour with Young Thug, briefly re-engaged with Eminem when the veteran rapper, performing in Australia in February, explained to the audience why he wouldn’t perform his MGK diss track “Killshot,” saying, “I would, but I can’t give that (expletive) any more (expletive) light.”
MGK fired off a tweet in response, writing, “ay @Eminem u made the right decision not dropping that weak (expletive) song in concert and putting everyone to sleep.”
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