AceShowbiz - Machine Gun Kelly has made an addition to his tattoo collection a family affair. After rocking the stage at French music festival Hellfest, the "My Ex's Best Friend" rapper revealed that his teen daughter, Casie Colson Baker, gave him a brand new body ink backstage.
On Tuesday, June 20, the 33-year-old musician let out a series of photos and videos in an Instagram carousel post. One of the snaps captured his 13-year-old, whom he shared with ex Emma Cannon, holding a tattoo gun while seemingly looking for a space at her father's heavily tattooed right arm.
In the photo, MGK was captured holding his phone in his other hand while looking over Casie. The two seemed to be having fun bonding through ink as they were seen smiling from ear to ear. In the caption of his post, MGK explained, "My daughter said summer vacation, we ended up at hellfest."
Aside from the tattooing session, MGK's carousel post also let out a photo of the rapper and his daughter attending Milan Fashion Week for the Dolce & Gabbana show. For the Saturday, June 17 event, the father and daughter duo looked in sync in their matching all-black ensembles as they posed side by side in front of black Dolce and Gabbana backdrop.
The "Bad Things" musician also showed his strong bond with his daughter in another candid snap. While inside a car, he was captured sleeping with his hand holding his daughter's, who kept herself busy with her mobile phone.
MGK offered further look into his father and daughter relationship with Casie in a video. With his right arm wrapping around Casie's shoulder, the rapper was seen enjoying spectacular fireworks in front of them. At one point, MGK gave Casie several sweet kisses on her forehead.
MGK's post was quickly flooded with good responses from Instagram users. In the comments section of the post, one exclaimed, "I love seeing you with your daughter, you guys have such a wonderful relationship [red heart emoji]." Another marveled, "THE PHOTO OF YOU AND CASIE IS SO ADORABLE." A third gushed, "You guys have the most special bond."