AceShowbiz - Machine Gun Kelly has responded to an incident involving someone who allegedly vandalized one of his tour buses. Making use of his social media account, the "Bloody Valentine" hitmaker slammed the "f**king idiot" person.
On Thursday, August 4, the "Emo Girl" rapper addressed the issue on his Instagram Stories. "You're so dumb," he said in a video, "You spray painted a bus thinking it was my bus. Wrong bus, you f**king idiot. Do the first part of the crime right." He captioned the clip, "couldn't even do the crime right smh."
In a following Story, Kelly went on to mock the person for waiting until after 4:30 A.M., when he was away from the buses, to "spray paint a d**k." He said, "You could've been at home cuddling with your partner, doing something, and instead, you were like, 'Goddamnit, I wish he would just go to his hotel room, so I can spray paint this d**k,' " before laughing.
Kelly also mentioned that the spray paint was washed off before he ever had a chance to see it, adding, "Aren't you sad? I'm still in bed, I didn't even get to enjoy it…You just, you suck, you suck. You want to impress me." Over the video, the 32-year-old artist penned, "but y'all never say or do any of this s**t to my face."
The bus was vandalized with a graphic image and homophobic slur ahead of Kelly's show in Omaha, Nebraska, on Thursday. Photos circulating online showed that a red bus had been marked with the words "Rap Devil F****t" on one side of it in yellow paint and an image of a large penis ejaculating on the other side of the vehicle.
According to the Omaha World-Herald, officers responded to a report of vandalism at about 9:40 A.M. and were able to easily remove the spray paint with mineral oil. No permanent marks remained after the clean-up.
No arrests have been made yet, but there's an active investigation into the incident. "An official report was made and that will get assigned to a detective for a follow-up," the public information officer stated.
It is unclear at this time whether charges will be filed, but the PIO told Page Six that it would be up to the leasing bus company, Russel Coach Company, to decide if they want to do so. "Technically, since they own the vehicle, it would be up to them whether they want to press charges or not," the officer explained, "When the case gets assigned to one of our detectives, they will contact Russel Coach Company and if they choose to decline to press charges, the case would not be investigated any further. "