Machine Gun Kelly's gig surprises fans as Megan Fox, Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian join in

Drummer Travis Barker helped Machine Gun Kelly to take his performance a notch higher. He also brought his date, Kourtney Kardashian, to the concert


                            Machine Gun Kelly's gig surprises fans as Megan Fox, Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian join in
Machine Gun Kelly with Megan Fox and Travis Barker with Kourtney Kardashian (Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images/[email protected])

Looks like Machine Gun Kelly was in a mood to show off his exceptional music skills to people over the weekend and that too for free as the singer surprised many when he decided to go for an impromptu rooftop performance at Venice Beach in Los Angeles. Even though the ‘Bad Things’ hitmaker had dropped hints on Twitter and Instagram he never really revealed what his plans were.

Accompanying the 31-year-old musician at the venue was his actress girlfriend Megan Fox. Drummer Travis Barker also helped Machine Gun Kelly to take his performance a notch higher. Barker, who recently started dating Kourtney Kardashian, too brought his date for the rooftop concert. TikTok star Addison Rae was also papped at the event having a gala time with the headliners.
 
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Machine Gun Kelly surprises fans with a rooftop concert

With an intention to drop hints, Machine Gun Kelly took to his Twitter account and simply posted, “Venice Beach today. Rainbow lifeguard station 3pm.” He also shared a story on his Instagram account revealing the same date, venue and time adding that he is not asking them to come there. Despite the hints, the event, which was organised by NoCap, proved to be a surprise for as people at the beach seemed stunned when MGK showed up with his clan. Speaking of the pop-performances, Megan and Travis Barker both shared multiple stories on their respective Instagram accounts. MGK also shared a few pictures from the concert and captioned it as “the venice menace”.

According to TMZ, the event was planned in order to promote their new song called ‘A Girl Like You’ which is featured on the Season 1 soundtrack for Amazon's ‘Paradise City’. Kelly, at the event, was on the lead vocals, whereas, Barker took care of the drums. Machine Gun Kelly has been in the news off-late for his relationship with the ‘Transformers’ star Megan Fox. MGK apparently first started dating the actress in 2020 when she made an appearance in his 'Bloody Valentine' music video. According to reports, the couple met at an indie thriller

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‘It was cool to see a surprise Machine Gun Kelly concert’

A lot of people at Venice Beach were taken by surprise after MGK dropped a surprise performance and they shared their experience on Twitter. One user stated, “Can we just take a moment to realise that machine gun Kelly have just performed a free concert on Venice Beach for everyone to see they made sure it was streamed so everybody across the world could watch. Best band in the world I don’t give a f**k.” Another added, “@machinegunkelly It was quite a surprise a d quite a show with Travis on drums and even Megan was up there!! @ Venice Beach”
 
The next one posted, “Machine gun kelly and i being on venice beach at the same time is not a coincidence. which is precisely why i missed the show.” Meanwhile, one tweeted, “Randomly stumbled upon a machine gun Kelly show in Venice. He’s def getting shut down haha.” One person said, “So @machinegunkelly was at Venice Beach and I didnt know. I’ve been under a rock lately.” Another chimed in and posted, “Petition for @machinegunkelly to change his display name to "the venice menace.” One user concluded, “I HATE going to Venice Beach, but you do tourist things for visiting family members. It was cool to see a surprise @machinegunkelly concert.”



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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