(AllHipHop News) Machine Gun Kelly is riding high off the success of his new album General Admission. The Ohio rapper stopped by The Breakfast Club to talk about his latest effort, and he claimed some media outlets refuse to cover his new project.
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According to MGK, Eminem’s Shade 45 radio station will not allow him to appear on its programs. Kelly believes one of his old tweets about Slim Shady’s teenage daughter being “hot” led to him being banned by the company.
“I don’t get why I’m not on Shade 45. I’m a young man from the Midwest trying to f*cking speak for a bunch of degenerates just like a certain other person was,” stated MGK.
When Angela Yee suggested Eminem is very protective of his daughter, Kelly replied, “People don’t need to be famous then. You know what it is when you sign up for this thing. Your life is public.”
The “Till I Die” rhymer also revealed someone from Fader magazine sent an emailed to his team saying MGK would never be featured in the publication. Apparently, Rolling Stone magazine refused to review Kelly’s album and the Coachella Festival will not allow him to perform.
Watch Machine Gun Kelly’s interview below.