In some lighter news, the Jackass boys are back at again with their wild antics, showing a touch of gout won’t stop them from having their fun.

Jackass Forever has quickly spread across Twitter, with many eagle-eyed fans spotting cameos from Eric Andre, Tyler the Creator and Machine Gun Kelly – the latter of which, appears to have his arse handed to him via a giant hand, emblematic of his 2018 fight with Eminem. 

The iconic diss battle is heralded as MGK’s move into rock, which he’s admittedly been quite good at since starting a war with the academy award-winning rapper in 2012.

It’s alleged bad blood had been brewing since MGk’s infamous tweet eluding that Eminem’s underage daughter was ‘hot’, which was just one of many pieces of evidence of his sinister thought processes, including the often forgotten Fuse interview in 2013.

This interview, featuring a pre-hair plug Kelly, shows the rapper listing off all the rockstars he knew had sex with teenage girls, which in his warped mind was reason enough to validate his celebrity crush and minor at the time, Kendall Jenner.

But considering he’s dating Megan Fox now and has entered mainstream success, everyone likes to forget what a massive creep he is.

Having dissed Eminem for years for allegedly having him blackballed in the industry, MGK worked overtime to get the attention of his idol, including numerous tweets and a feature of Tech N9ne’s song ‘No Reason’ which had lines that heavily hinted that Eminem needed an ego check.

When Eminem responded by directly dissing Kelly for making lewd comments about his daughter, MGK shot out with ‘Rap Devil’, accusing Eminem of being out of touch and a has-been, with nothing left in the tank – a song that was, admittedly, quite good.

Of course, Eminem’s response with ‘Killshot’ proved to be a fatal wound, with iconic lines such ‘I’d rather be 80 year old me than 20 year old you’, showing that he wasn’t out of the game just yet.

Though the Jackass trailer shows a limp Kelly yet again getting knocked out by the hand of a boomer, it’s unknown which genre of music he’ll switch to this time.

More to come.


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