Machine Gun Kelly's AMAs look trolled as he says his spiky 'sea urchin' suit is 'uncomfortable to pee in'
'Ok but how did he sit down? I want to see him get down from the limo on this,' a user joked about Machine Gun Kelly's outfit
CLEVELAND, OHIO: Machine Gun Kelly walked the AMAs 2022 black carpet on Sunday, November 20, wearing a dangerous-looking purple Dolce & Gabbana suit that was entirely covered in metal spikes. It didn't take long for followers on social media to make fun of Kelly's outfit. He posed with his arms held out apparently in order to avoid the spikes on his sides. He completed his looks with a studded necklace and earrings and even his boots had studs on them.
Addressing his outfit choice on the stage, Kelly joked that the suit was "uncomfortable to pee in." Concerns were raised by a number of social media regarding how the 32-year-old would be able to take a seat inside the Microsoft Theater, as per reports from, Page Six. One tweeted, "Ok but how did he sit down? I want to see him get down from the limo on this."
Ok but how did he sit down? I want to see him get down from the limo on this.— poly pocket papi (@donnyhighrollah) November 21, 2022
Another posted, "Who sat next to him dressed like that?" A third tweeted, "imagine richy being poked and having his space invaded by those spikes things. id never sit next to THAT man." "Well, he was out looking for Sandy the squirrel, Sponge Bob, and Patrick, when he took a wrong turn..." a fourth posted. Another tweeted, "Women need this outfit when they fly & are seated next to a ' Manspreader'" Another commented, "well I mean THERE were no spikes but still... I think he sat on the edge of his chair." A seventh tweeted, "I would with mini marshmallows … ya know, to plug up my new boo boos with. This fit is EVERYTHING"
Who sat next to him dressed like that 😁?— RandomThoughts (@RandomTea4Free) November 21, 2022
imagine richy being poked and having his space invaded by those spikes things. id never sit next to THAT man.— Stephane R. (@stephaneriopel) November 21, 2022
Well, he was out looking for Sandy the squirrel, Sponge Bob, and Patrick, when he took a wrong turn... pic.twitter.com/bT1mmDo7gE— Edward Nye (@EdNyeAlaskaGuy) November 21, 2022
Women need this outfit when they fly & are seated next to a ' Manspreader'— ILXLS 🇺🇦 (@ILXLS_U2) November 21, 2022
well I mean THERE 🍑 were no spikes 😂 but still... I think he sat on the edge of his chair 😀— Schall und Rauch 🍅 (@Schall_n_Rauch) November 21, 2022
I would with mini marshmallows … ya know, to plug up my new boo boos with. This fit is EVERYTHING— JenXPaintz (@jenxpaintz) November 21, 2022
On Sunday, November 20, Kelly was awarded Favorite Rock Artist at the 2022 American Music Awards. The rapper-turned-rock singer accepted the award in Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater. The Cleveland resident ascended the stage in a purple outfit adorned with roughly dozens of nearly foot-long metal spikes to accept the trophy from Meghan Trainor, who proclaimed him as the winner, according to the reports from MusicMayhem.
“Thank you to the fans who got me here,” Machine Gun Kelly said as he took to the stage. “I just want to say [that] I’m petitioning for larger mic stands next time. This suit is really uncomfortable to pee in. Speaking of uncomfortable, there have been some people in the rock community, who’ve called me a tourist, but they’re wrong I’m a rocket man. We weren’t born on the moon, but we looked at it and were curious and we went there, supposedly. And these last two rock albums were me going to the moon, but I’m not done exploring the universe yet and I am all genres.”
In the Favorite Rock Artist category, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mneskin, Imagine Dragons, and The Lumineers were also nominated. Machine Gun Kelly was nominated for the first time at the prestigious awards ceremony, and he won the prize for Favorite Rock Artist at the AMAs in 2021. Machine Gun Kelly was nominated for Favorite Rock Album in addition to Favorite Rock Artist (Mainstream Sellout).
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