G-Eazy Drops A Machine Gun Kelly Diss Track Titled "Bad Boy"
Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)
(AllHipHop News) It's been a rough 12 hours for Machine Gun Kelly. Eminem fired shots at him on his new Kamikaze album. The Cleveland native was also hit with lines from G-Eazy.
On the new song "Bad Boy," G called out the Bad Boy Records recording artist by name. He raps, "MGK please stop trolling me, get over me. You wanna be me, you’re mad that you’re not as big as me. I'm everywhere. I'm your nightmare, you can't get rid of me."
G-Eazy goes on to call his foe a "mini-me," makes fun of the fact that his Bloom album only sold around 38,000 traditional units in its first week, and suggests Bad Boy founder Sean "Diddy" Combs doesn't support Machine Gun's career. Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex caught some strays too.
Apparently, MGK may have been throwing subliminal shots at The Beautiful & Damned creator. There's been speculation that Kelly was involved with Eazy's ex-girlfriend Halsey after they broke up, but the "Him & I" singer denied the rumors.
It seems G-Eazy's "Bad Boy" was a response To Machine Gun Kelly's performance on Funk Flex's radio show. MGK slammed G-Eazy during the freestyle.
"Let's just keep it G. Only Eazy I f*ck with is E," rapped Kelly. "I seen he dyed his hair and got a hanging earring. I f*cked his girl, now he look like me. This sh*t overbearin'. How dare him. I dare him. Don't think about comparin'."