Machine Gun Kelly smashes glass on face, starts gushing blood

Looks like he’s Megan Fox’s “Bloody Valentine” now.

Machine Gun Kelly was seen smashing a champagne glass against his face with such a force that it shattered, causing the singer to start bleeding profusely from his forehead at Catch Steak in New York City late Tuesday.

Machine Gun Kelly covered in blood.
Machine Gun Kelly gushed blood after smashing a glass against his face at an afterparty.
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“I don’t give af–k, bro. I don’t give as–t,” he said into a microphone before banging the flute against his head, prompting shards of glass to go flying as the crowd screamed in terror.

Kelly, 32, shared a video of the moment to his Instagram Story Wednesday morning, writing, “and this is when things turned…” with a crying-laughing emoji.

Machine Gun Kelly covered in blood.
MGK still had blood on him when he left the restaurant.
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The rapper-turned-punk rocker was then seen with blood dripping down his face and onto his clothes as he performed his hit song “My Ex’s Best Friend” for the audience in a second video, which he captioned, “f–k it. ”

Machine Gun Kelly performing.
Kelly proceeded to perform despite the gory display.

Kelly was celebrating at Catch Steak after performing a sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden.

Travis Barker’s son, Landon, 18, joined MGK on stage Tuesday night, shortly after the Blink-182 drummer, 46, was hospitalized in Los Angeles for unknown reasons.

Machine Gun Kelly posing at the Empire State Building.
Kelly performed at Madison Square Garden earlier in the evening.
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Kelly and Barker are close friends and have worked together for years, though MGK has yet to comment on his collaborator’s health scare.

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly sitting together backstage at a concert.
Kelly and his fiancée, Megan Fox, have drank each other’s blood.

The “Emo Girl” crooner seems to have a fascination with blood. His fiancée, Megan Fox, shared in April that they drink each other’s blood for “ritual purposes.” He has also worn the actress’ blood around his neck and most recently was seen wearing a blood-filled syringe as an earring at the premiere of his Hulu documentary, “Life in Pink.”


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