The ‘Bloody Valentine’ hitmaker shares snaps of the cut above his eyebrow after smashing a champagne glass on his forehead following his sold-out performance at Madison Square Garden.
AceShowbiz –Machine Gun Kelly has shown off the aftermath of his bloody after-party. The rapper-turned-rock star is left with a cut on his forehead following his antics at the Tuesday night, June 28 party and he has taken to his social media page to document it.
On early Wednesday, MGK posted on his Instagram Story a clip giving a close look at the deep cut above his eyebrow. “Oh s**t,” he said as he pulled back his pink hair to examine his bloodied eyebrow, which had dried overnight. “Good morning,” he wrote over the video, greeting his fans.
The 32-year-old later shared a series of pictures from the “Mainstream Sellout Tour” concert at Madison Square Garden as well as the subsequent after-party at Catch Steakhouse where he injured his face. In some of the images, fresh blood was seen dripping from his eyebrow on his neck and staining his pink mesh top, but he didn’t bother to change his outfit. “NYC you’re my bloody valentine,” he captioned the snaps.
According to previous reports, MGK gave a speech to the crowd, which included his girlfriend Megan Fox, Avril Lavigne, Landon Barker and his new girlfriend Charli D’Amelio, at the after-party when he suddenly hit his own forehead with a champagne flute. In a video, MGK was seen performing “My Ex’s Best Friend” while he was still bleeding. In the accompanying message, the Houston native simply penned, “f**k it.”
That wasn’t the only time MGK got violent that night. During his sold-out gig, the fiance of Megan Fox was caught storming off the stage before yelling at a male employee. It was unclear what made him lose his cool, but another crew member was able to hold him from attacking the employee.
The band continued to play for the audience. However, the “Bloody Valentine” hitmaker, born Colson Baker, was seemingly still upset as he smashed his guitar after returning to the stage.
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