It’s all smiles for MGK.

The season of beefing is fully upon us. We all know the timeline: Eminem dissed Machine Gun Kelly on his surprise Kamikaze album; MGK released his scathing rebuttal, “Rap Devil”; Eminem came storming back–although it was a tad late–on the Friday-released track, “KILLSHOT”. Twitter erupted in reaction to Em’s lyrical jabs at Kelly; MGK was less than impressed with his idol-turned-rival.

Performing at Orlando’s Amway Center, Machine Gun Kelly used a portion of the concert to voice his displeasure with the diss track, saying it was more of a “legshot” than killshot. Doubling-down on this sentiment, the Bad Boy-signed rapper uploaded a picture to his IG of himself on stage wearing the cover art from Em’s “KILLSHOT” track–a picture of MGK’s face enclosed by a sniper scope–with a couple of accompanying middle fingers. His caption reads, “he missed”.

With Kelly’s “Rap Devil” still sitting at number-one on the iTunes list, fans are forced to ask themselves who is emerging the victor in this bout of verbal fisticuffs. Additionally, Kelly is savvily using this beef to promote his Binge EP, dropping this Friday, September 21st.

Take a look at MGK’s inflammatory IG post below:

 

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he missed. 🎯🙅🏼‍♂️😂🖕🏽#legshot #rapdevilstillNUMBERONE #letstalkaboutit 😈🔪🐐

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