AceShowbiz - Machine Gun Kelly's birthday bash was so lit that a police helicopter showed up. The rapper-turned-rocker took to his Instagram account over the weekend to share a video of him wielding a flame thrower while a helicopter hovered over his property.
In the clip, an unseen officer could be heard yelling through a loudspeaker, "The party's over. You guys need to leave." The camera then panned to the whirlybird as it left. "I just told some people to come over," the "Bloody Valentine" singer, who turned 33 on Saturday, April 22, wrote in the caption, laughing off the warning.
MGK's post drew attention from fellow stars including Paris Hilton, who commented, "Lit [fire emoji]," underneath the post. Singer Jelly Roll weighed in as writing, "I'm on the way," while comedian Whitney Cummings said, "I can't tell if I'm your best friend or worst enemy."
His birthday isn't the only thing that MGK has to celebrate. The musician, whose real name is Colson Baker, is set to commemorate another milestone on May 13 when his concert special "Machine Gun Kelly: Mainstream Sellout Live from Cleveland: The Pink Era" will hit theaters for one night only.
Directed by Sam Cahill, the movie is made to celebrate MGK's sold-out hometown show he performed at Cleveland's FirstEnergy Stadium on August 13, 2022. It features MGK performing tracks, including "Bloody Valentine," "Lonely", "El Diablo", "My Ex's Best Friend", "Till I Die" and "I Think I'm Okay" among others.
His milestone aside, MGK has been making headlines in recent weeks for his relationship with Megan Fox. The singer reportedly was determined to fix their relationship after it was said that there's trouble in paradise between the two.
"Colson knew it was going to take a lot of growth and healing to make things really work with Megan. But he knows she's worth everything and more, so he would go to the ends of the earth to repair their relationship no matter what it took," a source previously told Us Weekly.