Machine Gun Kelly shares graphic photos of bloody gash on face

It’s a little more than a paper cut.

Machine Gun Kelly began squirting blood from a gash above his eyebrow after smashing a champagne glass into his forehead on Tuesday night. But it turns out the rocker had too much fun cleaning the wound – or changing his outfit before bed.

On Wednesday, the singer wished his fans “good morning” while sharing a closer look at the deep cut via his Instagram Story.

“Oh shit,” the 32-year-old said, pulling his pink hair to examine his bloody eyebrow, which had dried overnight.

Later that morning, the singer posted a series of snaps to Instagram from the Mainstream Sellout Tour concert at Madison Square Garden and the ensuing afterparty at the Catch steakhouse – where the incident took place.

Machine Gun Kelly Instagram Story.
Machine Gun Kelly showed his blood-soaked eyebrow the morning after hitting himself with a champagne flute.

“NYC you’re my fucking valentine 🩸❤️‍🔥,” Kelly captioned the photos, including the bloody aftermath of the flute in the forehead moment.

At the afterparty, the rockstar gave a speech to the crowd – including his fiancée Megan Fox, Avril Lavigne and Charli D’Amelio who is now dating Landon Barker – when he decided to bang the flute on his head , sending shards of glass into the crowd.

Machine Gun Kelly
Kelly’s face and chest were covered in blood for the rest of the night and the next morning.

“I don’t care, mate. I don’t care,” he said into a microphone before impromptu performing his hit song, “My Ex’s Best Friend.”

According to an eyewitness, the rockstar refused staff bandages and opted to use a rag to clean up the bloody mess.

Machine Gun Kelly hands with blood.
The rockstar refused to help her clean up the gash.

That wasn’t the “emo girl” singer’s only outburst that night. During his gig at MSG, the rapper-turned-rockstar was caught yelling at a crew member in the middle of his sold-out show.

Fans say Kelly exited the stage to confront a worker before having to be restrained by another crew member while her band performed.

The “Roll the Windows Up” artist finally returned to the stage where, in true punk-rock fashion, he smashed his guitar to pieces.

New York Post

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