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Machine gun Kelly's crew aroused the actor who called him a "P *** y" on Eminem Feud

Machine gun Kelly's crew aroused the actor who called him a "P *** y" on Eminem Feud

After an actor called Machine Gun Kelly "p *** y" on his feud with Eminem, the rapper's bodyguards would attack the man who was to be hospitalized for serious facial injuries.

Kelly machine gunThe feud with Eminem he took a violent turn when the rapper's bodyguard beat an actor who called MGK to start the meat. The fight began on the night of September 14th in Atlanta, when MGK and his crew were in a restaurant bar and the actor called Gabriel "G-Rod" Rodriguez he reached them with his phone and started recording, police told TMZ.

In a video obtained from the website, G-Rod can be seen pointing at the singer of the "Bad Things" while saying "I'll tell you why it must be said, you're a pussy to go with the family!" Reportedly, G-Rod was angry about how MGK had called Eminem's daughter Hailie "Bollente" at 16, starts the meat with the director "Lose Yourself". G-Rod, who has had roles in shows like Ozark, Power, is The walking dead, told TMZ he was particularly angry because he is a husband and father of three children.

Machine Gun Kelly seemed to push G-Rod and turn the phone into the video, which ended there. G-Rod states that it was the moment when five of MGK's bodyguards were involved and MGK would begin to challenge him. G-Rod says that the rapper pushed him and said that the barman immediately sided with MGK and threw G-Rod out of the factory.

The actor claims that two hours later, he was walking towards a Hampton Inn which was opposite the bar when supposedly MGK and his crew began to yell at him from his tour bus. G-Rod says he went to the hotel lobby, and the musician followed him with all his bodyguards. G-Rod states that he then told them that he would fight each of them individually if they were looking for a fight, but instead, he claims that all the bodyguards immediately jumped him.

The policemen who watched the incident surveillance video told TMZ that a guard had thrown G-Rod and then three others began to punch and kick in the face. G-Rod said that MGK was not involved in the altercation at this point. G-Rod has already hired a lawyer and intends to file a lawsuit against the rapper, he told TMZ, however he added that he would "drop the case if we both sign the exemptions and meet in an octagon and go from man to man without goons or weapons. "The police are currently investigating this case and G-Rod is in the emergency room and treated for serious facial injuries.

HollywoodLife contacted Machine Gun Kelly representatives for comment.