After a parking lot employee accused MGK of shoving them in the chest, the rapper was charged with violence.
The claimed incident occurred in Los Angeles, while the rapper was filming “Good Mourning with a U” alongside Mod Son. The case has apparently been dismissed by the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office. The charges will be dismissed, according to the office “there was no reasonable likelihood of conviction.”
MGK will not suffer any charges
Regardless of the evidence, the attendant—John Tilli—filed a complaint between him and his production staff, alleging that the workers gathered him and became confrontational when he reportedly assaulted him from the front. Tilli accuses MGK of elder abuse, negligence, battery, and assault in his lawsuit.
MGK, according to sources, has been exonerated in the matter of allegedly assaulting a parking lot worker.
New album on the way
Machine Gun Kelly has hinted details about his new album “Born With Horns,” indicating that it will be “more guitar-heavy” and “deeper” lyrically. His fifth studio album was first announced in August, when the rapper/rocker posted a video on Instagram of himself and the album’s executive producer, Travis Barker, both sporting fresh tattoos of the album’s title.
The new record follows Kellz’s debut Billboard Number One album, ‘Tickets To My Downfall,’ which signaled his move from rapper to rocker. In a new interview, the Cleveland musician (real name Colson Baker) teased the upcoming album and how it will differ from his most recent pop-punk offering.
“It feels more guitar-heavy for sure, lyrically it definitely goes deeper – but I never like to do anything the same,” Kelly told Sunday Today With Willie Geist (via Billboard). “Every album is a juxtaposition of the last album. So I went and studied ‘Tickets’, and I heard the bright sound that I had, and for this album I just turned the lights off.”
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