Machine Gun Kelly talks with The Breakfast Club about his new album and why he's been blackballed by the music industry.
A few weeks after the release of General Admission, Machine Gun Kelly stops by the Breakfast Club to talk about his first album to go No. 1 on the rap charts. Kelly calls the album "way better than anything I've ever done," and he says he was surprised to see the album to do so well considering the bridges he had burned in the past -- specifically with Eminem.
Kelly revealed that he is banned from Shade 45, owned by Eminem, and his only guess as to why is the tweet he sent out when he was around 20 years old in which he called Em's daughter "hot." He went on to reveal that he's been blackballed by both FADER and Rolling Stone and that he's barred from performing at Coachella. He has no idea why the industry is so against him, but he's got one less foe now, as he successfully ended his bad blood with Charlamagne tha God during the interview.