VIDEO: Machine Gun Kelly Booed Loudly At Rock Festival Before Getting In Fight With Audience Member

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  • Machine Gun Kelly was booed relentlessly at this past weekend’s Louder Than Life festival for his public beat with Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor.
  • The 31-year-old musician then engaged in an altercation with a fan who allegedly shoved him during his performance.
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Machine Gun Kelly is going to be okay.

Any bumps and bruises the MGK absorbs will be made to disappear by The Sexiest Woman In The World.

But that may be why so many relish in seeing the 31-year-old rapper-turned-rock guy fail. That, and his consistent refusal to respect his elders. First it was Eminem, and then the Grammy Award-winning heavy metal band Slipknot.

At Riot Fest in Chicago earlier this month, MGK took aim at Slipknot, who was performing on another stage during MGK’s set, for being “old weird dudes with masks.” Kelly then sounded off on Taylor on Twitter for writing a “f*cking terrible” verse for his most recent album Tickets to My Downfall that was ultimately shelved.

Corey then responded with receipts.

The genesis of the beef came in the wake of Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor delivering a thinly-veiled attack on MGK during a podcast appearance back in February.

“I [hate] the artists who failed in one genre and decided to go rock—and I think he knows who he is.”

Fast forward to this past weekend and it’s very obvious the Slipknot faithful have not forgotten MGK’s verbal barbs.

While performing at the metal-centric Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, MGK was “booed relentlessly” during every song he performed, with middle fingers rising up from the crowd constantly.

At one point, MGK engaged in a brouhaha with a fan who allegedly shoved him while he was singing.

The Bad Boy Records signee took to social media following media reports about his set being marred with boos to call fake news on the narrative.

Meanwhile in at Knotfest Iowa, very audible “F*ck MGK” chants bellowed throughout the venue.

Corey Taylor and MGK on the next Jake Paul undercard? I’d watch.