Machine Gun Kelly says Corey Taylor feud goes back to a “fucking terrible” guest verse Slipknot frontman sent him

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The Slipknot frontman hit back on Twitter, saying “I don’t like people doing private shit like a kid”

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The feud between Machine Gun Kelly and Slipknot’s Corey Taylor developed even further, with MGK stating that Beef recorded a “fucking awful” guest poem for Taylor, which he later did not use – a narrative that Taylor disputes.

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MGK caused an uproar over the weekend when he said onstage to the veteran band at Chicago’s Riot Festival: “You wanna know what makes me really happy that I’m not? Was doing shit, wearing a weird weird mask on the fucking stage.”

His onstage discontent came after Taylor appeared to dismiss Kelly in an interview earlier this year: “I hate all new rock for the most part. I [hate] Artists who failed in one genre and decided to go rock and I think he knows who he is.

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“So weird that when an artist gives shit, and I reply, I’m the bad guy,” Kelly — real name Colson Baker — tweeted TODAY (September 21).

He then went on to elaborate in another tweet, his issues with Taylor being while he was working on his 2020 album Ticket to My Downfall.

“Corey did a verse to a song on the ticket to my Downfall album, it was fucking awful so I didn’t use it,” he wrote on Twitter.

“He got mad about it, and talked to a magazine about the same album he was almost on. The yalls stories are all off. Just accept that he is bitter.”

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Taylor responded to Kelly’s claims by sharing screenshots of an alleged email exchange with Blink-182’s Travis Barker, who executive produced “Ticket to My Downfall” and was communicating with Taylor on Kelly’s behalf.

Taylor shared the screenshot of the email on Twitter, writing, “I don’t like people doing private shit like kids. So all I’ll say is: I didn’t get tracked because I don’t like when people write ‘for me’ ‘ Let’s try.”

“I told them no. So without further ado…. #Receipt‘ he continued, before saying that that’s all he would say on the matter.

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The email shared by Taylor reveals that she declined to appear on the song on the bonus track ‘Can’t Look Back’ because, after hearing Kelly’s ideas for her guest post, she didn’t think she would ” Were the right man for the track”.

Taylor’s email read, “Nothing personal, I guess if that’s what MGK wants, there’s someone else going to do it. It’s all good, and I’m excited for him- I hope so.” You guys will find the right fit for this. Hope you understand and I wish you all the best with this.”

Barker’s email clearly showed that Kelly was initially “super inspired” by Taylor’s vocals on the song. “Can you tell him he fuckin’ it and I’m shocked and honored that he’s on it too wtf!!!” MGK appears to have written to Barker.

Kelly seemed to have suggested changes he hoped Taylor could make to his poem: “I sent Corey an idea for the second part of his poem and he could clearly say that it Buckle up but it’ll be sick to see if it inspires anything or if he can try it that way,” reads a note via Kelly’s Barker.

“I put a demo screamy-ish type track under the first half of his verse that would be dope to hear in his ‘psychosocial’ voice.”

Kelly then responded to Taylor’s tweet: “Basically, your poem was really bad. Respectfully, I was asking you to rewrite it because it was really bad. Respectfully.”

He ended his tweet by suggesting that the two “cover a Britney Spears song together.”

Kelly is gone Tweet “Don’t Hate Youth” Before going on his Instagram stories to say that “the old generation and the weirdos have to stop.”

“Hey, I have a question,” he said in an Instagram Story, “what the fuck are you guys having problems with me, man?

“I just chill, I make music, people talk crap… no one’s hooking me up, so I talk back.”

He then shouted out to his fans: “To all those who ride or die with me, I just wanted to say this: Without us, sport is no fun. We’re no fun.”

Taylor has yet to respond to any further comments from Kelly.

This is Kelly’s second feud in recent weeks, after being spotted in a brawl with Conor McGregor on the red carpet at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards last week.

At the same ceremony he performed his latest single ‘Papercuts’ with the help of Barker, who collaborated with him on the song. The two recently announced that they are teaming up on Kelly’s upcoming album Born with Horns.

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