Machine Gun Kelly may be the self-proclaimed "Rap Devil," but it would appear his music has a healing component after all. During a recent concert at the Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center, Machine Gun Kelly held it down for the homie Pete Davidson, who has been going through some turmoil of late. Of course Davidson's battle with mental health has been well documented, and many have expressed concern over the comedian's well-being. Luckily, he's got a friend in MGK, who has been proving himself to be a man of integrity.

During the aforementioned concert, MGK made sure to hook Pete up with a hell of a view; footage reveals Davidson sitting atop an elevated platform, vibing to songs like "Rap Devil" and more. One fan tells E Online that Pete seemed to be enjoying the concert, and many seemed to appreciate the budding bromance between Kelly and Davidson. Of course, Davidson and Kelly previously worked together on Gunner's "Loco" video , and the rapper has proven himself to be one of Pete's most trusted friends. 

Say what you will about the once-merciless roaster, but it's good to see Pete Davidson bouncing back from a tough time. We can only hope that he continues to find peace.