Machine Gun Kelly Disses Fader & Explains Notorious B.I.G.'s Influence
Machine Gun Kelly calls Fader Magazine "hipsters" and explains why "Sky's the Limit" is his favorite Notorious B.I.G. song.
An angry Machine Gun Kelly called in to speak with DJ Whoo Kid recently and expressed some of his frustration. Mostly, his anger was sent towards Fader Magazine, explaining that he feels they have "banned" him from the pages of the publication. Later, he calmed a bit down and explained how Notorious B.I.G. played an influential role in his life.
"Fader Magazine can suck my dick," he said, angry that the magazine has never put him on the cover. "They've never bigged me up. Those little hipster fucks banned me from their magazine. Fuck them. And their covers suck anyway. They put the weakest...Man, I can't believe I had the audacity to want to be in that magazine at some point in my life."
The current Bad Boy rapper also explained how he got into Biggie and why "Sky's the Limit" is his favorite Frank White track.
"I was into Tupac first," he revealed. "I got into B.I.G. late. B.I.G. was someone I got into during high school. When I got into him, though, I really got into him. 'Ten Crack Commandments' was one of my favorite tracks he ever did. Matter of fact, "Sky's the Limit" is my favorite. I remember I used to run away from my dad's house. Sometimes my dad would kick me out. I would just play "Sky's the Limit" and it just made me feel okay all the time."
Machine Gun Kelly is currently prepping the release of his Black Flag mixtape, which will be out near the end of April.
The full interview can be seen below.