Machine Gun Kelly performs at The Forum on July 13, 2022 in Inglewood, California.

Machine Gun Kelly really is a “Bloody Valentine.” During his last Mainstream Sellout tour stop in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, the rapper turned rocker smashed another glass on his face.

MGK shared videos of his face gushing with blood on Instagram Stories earlier this week. The musician alleged to the crowd during an encore that the venue was trying to enforce its curfew rules. “They’re in my ears right now and they’re saying that if we don’t stop the concert right now, we’re gonna get fined $70,000 for every 10 minutes that we continue,” he said. “You know what I say to that? We aren’t stopping this concert for s—. I’m rich, b—-,” he added before smashing a wine glass across his face.

“Oh my God, Cleveland,” MGK, 32, said in one of the clips. “That was f—ing insane. They didn’t tell you I went back to the stadium at 5 am and tried to sleep in the middle of the field LMAO.”

Kelly, real name Colson Baker, also ziplined across the entire length of the sold-out FirstEnergy Stadium. “It was his idea and was executed in less than 24 hours,” a source told Page Six. “The zip line was erected that day to take him from the top of the Browns’ stadium across 50,000 fans to the opposite side of the field.”

“Til I die,” Kelly captioned the wild video showing him ziplining over fans.


This marks the second time MGK smashed glass across his face when performing. As we earlier reported, the musician was at Catch Steakhouse in NYC and told the crowd, “I don’t give a f—, bro. I don’t give a s—,” before smashing a champagne flute on his head and performed “My Ex’s Best Friend” as blood dripped down his face.

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