Rapper Machine Gun Kelly is catching criticism after a clip of him from the 2012 BET Awards has resurfaced.
Fed up with his both racist and sexist remarks, a black woman, who stood behind the reporter then walked away. The “Wild Boy” artist wasn’t feeling that too much. Upon noticing her leave, he heckled after her saying, “B*th walk the f*ck away then. You f*cking dirty, pig b*tch.”
After scoffing at her, he then went on to judge her appearance. He stated, “Weak a** dress and fake Louis Vuitton purse. I’ll go in on this b*tch.”
A Canadian singer by the name of Alice Glass is to blame for the video coming back to light. She posted the video to her Twitter account yesterday morning and gave a trigger warning before letting her followers know that the video was disturbing.
In the thread, Glass demanded answers for MGK’s behavior. She also accused him of appropriating black culture.
The journalist in question, Stephanie O., revealed herself in the Twitter thread. Apparently, she is unphased by the entire situation. She wrote “Girl give it a rest. I asked him a question and he answered. The end.”
Check out the clip that is circling the internet down below. Let us know what you make of it.
I’m sorry I have to give a trigger warning for this one. this video of mgk is disturbing pic.twitter.com/LZznmumzG8
— ALICE GLASS (@ALICEGLASS) March 21, 2022
This is me in the video. Girl give it a rest. I asked him a question and he answered.
The end. I didn’t ask for you to put on a cape on my behalf. I’ll holler if I need you ☺️
— Wahala If You Hear Me 🗣 (@eleven8) March 21, 2022