Machine Gun Kelly was left covered in blood after hitting him in the face with a champagne glass.
On Tuesday (June 28th) the musician moderated the premiere of his new documentary film life in pinkas well as live performances at Madison Square Garden.
After the events, the rapper and his friends partied at the Catch Steakhouse, which Machine Gun Kelly photographed and later left covered in blood.
The injury was explained in a clip posted to his Instagram story on Wednesday morning (June 29), which showed Kelly smashing a glass on his own face.
While delivering a speech at the afterparty, he told the crowd, “I don’t give that much,” before smashing the glass on his face to gasp his fans.
“And this is where things took a turn…” he captioned the post.
In a second clip, Kelly was shown singing his song “My Ex’s Best Friend” while clutching a tissue and blood running down his face.
In the documentary, soon to be released on Disney Plus in the UK, Kelly – real name Colson Baker – talks about a night in July 2020 when he put a gun in his mouth while on the phone with his fiancée, Megan Fox.
When asked about the incident and how they dealt with it at the premiere, actor Fox said the couple went through “every form of therapy there is.”
“Some of these are really difficult, but our therapist said that fundamentally, a relationship is the process of destroying each other, but most people don’t have the tools to rebuild and rebuild each other,” she said.
“And so it’s a constant process of suffering and passion and love and the repeating cycles. So, we’re just learning this and navigating this, doing this together. There’s a lot of all those things all the time.”
life in pink is on Hulu in the US and coming soon to Disney Plus in the UK.
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