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Machine Gun Kelly asks fans to stop negatively commenting on his fashion choices

Machine Gun Kelly asks fans to stop negatively commenting on his fashion choices

He's told his followers that they can't say anything about his style if they don't have a fashion sense.

Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) has hit out at fans who have been roasting him for his sartorial decisions at Milan Fashion Week.

"Keep your insecurities to yourself," he posted on Instagram alongside a screenshot of a tweet from his own Twitter account.

His tweet read: "You can't comment about my style if you have none."

Machine Gun Kelly/Instagram.

The rapper-turned-pop-punk star, real name Colson Baker, clapped back at fans after he was roasted online for a rather intense outfit by Dolce & Gabbana.

In the first image shared on social media, Kelly cavorted about in a metallic silver jacket with no shirt underneath, hinting at his impressive chest tattoos.

With his hand partly covering his face, MGK also showed off sparkling, silver rings that covered his fingers from root to tip.

Machine Gun Kelly

He wore his now-peroxided blond hair in a spiky bun, dangly rectangular earrings, and black glitter makeup over his eyes to complete the wild look.

The caption alongside read: "I call this: if Jules from Euphoria went to Milan."

Jules, of course, being one of Euphoria's lead characters who is played by model Hunter Schafer.

His followers weren't happy, with many apparently threatened by MGK's 'feminine' look.

One user wrote: "From gangster rapper to this… One of the biggest downfalls in rap history. [It] sucks because you were on your way to become one of the greats in the rap game."

Another added: "Looking like the dude from the movie Blades of Glory."

A third commented: "What happened to the man you were? I’m so confused and you look like you are too. I used to think you were so fine."

Machine Gun Kelly

Others posted a string of homophobic and transphobic comments about his look, while others went for the angle of full-blown misogyny and slammed his fiancée Megan Fox for what they claimed to be her influence on him and his style.

Despite the haters, there was no doubt that MGK was living his best life in Italy.

The rapper hit up Milan Fashion Week, where he walked the runway in the Dolce & Gabbana Men's Fall/Winter 2023/2024 show.

Plus, he recently celebrated his one year engagement anniversary to Fox.

He posted a throwback video of him sliding the ring onto the Transformers star's finger, showing off a massive, brilliant green emerald and an equally impressive diamond.

Machine Gun Kelly

"One year ago under a banyan tree," he wrote alongside it, referring to where the couple agreed to marry in Mexico in 2022.

Fox announced their engagement on Instagram in 2022, sharing a video of MGK getting down on one knee and sharing a kiss after she said yes.

"In July of 2020 we sat under this banyan tree," she wrote.

"We asked for magic… we were oblivious to the pain we would face together in such a short, frenetic period of time.

"Unaware of the work and sacrifices the relationship would require from us but intoxicated off of the love. And the karma."

Featured Image Credit: Machine Gun Kelly/Instagram. Hyperstar / Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly, Fashion, Social Media, Celebrity, Entertainment