The Cleveland rapper goes in on the former Cleveland baller.
Some people take their hometown appreciation really seriously. Thus the case with Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly. Bad Boy's newly signed artist spoke about LeBron James a bit harshly in a recent interview.
While rappers seem to rep their city every chance they get, basketball players who move around more are generally a little less loyal. But Machine Gun Kelly isn't letting LeBron, who has been criticized for leaving Cleveland to play for the Miami Heat, off the hook. "I don't really like [LeBron] at all," MGK said. "That guy's a really poor example of a human being. We don't really roll like that. We west boys stay true to [our] mothaf****n' homes, and heroes don't leave when they're in need."
Obviously a basketball fan, Machine Gun Kelly also talked about his tattoes and favorite MCs in the video-taped interview featured on hiphopdx.com. His debut album on Diddy's label, titled Lace Up, is expected to drop in early 2012.
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