MACHINE Gun Kelly PUNCHED a fan after the man stormed the stage at Louder than Life festival.
At the VMA's earlier this month, the rapper came blows with long-time fighter Conor McGregor.
Machine Gun Kelly, also known as Colson Baker, attacked a fan on Saturday after his stage was raided by the crowd.
The alternative hip hop star was "booed and given the finger" while performing at the Kentucky festival Louder than Life.
Due to the negative feedback, the crowd rushed the stage, and one fan in particular was able to reach the singer and shove him wildly.
Despite body guards swarming the stage to protect him, MGK took matters into his own hands when he followed the disgruntled man and punched him before returning to the music.
The 31-year-old rocker finished up his final tune before exiting the stage.
READY TO FIGHT
MGK's fan backlash was most likely the result of his performance at Riot Fest last week in Chicago, where he shamed Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor for being "50 years old, wearing a f***ing weird mask."
The Bad Boy Records talent has been involved in his fair share of fights lately, after nearly coming to blows with Conor McGregor at the VMAs last week.
The two apparently did not see eye-to-eye after the professional fighter allegedly hurled a bottle when the singer refused to pose for a selfie.
However, the two have allegedly already made up, as Conor invited MGK and his girlfriend Megan Fox to his next fight.
UFC boss Dana White discussed the altercation while speaking to reporters at company headquarters, insisting this was all part of life in the fight game.
“I talked to both actually. They’re all good now. (It was) a misunderstanding, or whatever it was.
“This is the fight business. I’ve got 700 lunatics under contract here," he joked.
“What do you guys think – these are the things that happen sometimes. This isn’t Microsoft. We’re in a crazy f***ing business here.”
Dana continued: “I think we all know Conor’s personality, and we’ve got some guys that were like that.
“These guys are fighters, and this is the fight business. Crazy s*** happens in the fight business.”
“There’s all the s*** that you guys know about because it happens in public, nevermind the s*** you don’t know about that happens every day.”
Despite MGK's recent disagreements, his relationship with Megan has continued to heat up after they were first linked in March of 2020.
The couple met on the set of the indie thriller Midnight In The Switchgrass, and shortly after their romance blossomed.
Megan was previously married to actor Brian Austin Green, and the ex-couple share three kids, Noah, nine, Bodhi, seven, and Journey, five.
The Transformers star separated from her husband not long after her relationship with the rapper began, as she claimed she had found her "twin flame soulmate."
“The first time I looked into his eyes, I was like…‘I know you. I have known you so many times, in so many different forms, in so many different lives,'" she told the Washington Post at the time.
Megan added that she “wasn’t expecting it’d be like, ‘God, you are my soulmate,’ instantly.”
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