Machine Gun Kelly and G-Eazy call truce after Eminem “intervention”

MGK and G-Eazy are mates once more

Machine Gun Kelly and G-Eazy have called a truce after their recent feud thanks to a reported intervention by Eminem.

Last year, the two traded repeated insults over their respective relationships with musician Halsey. However, the two seem to have now reconciled during a performance at KAOS nightclub in Las Vegas.

G-Eazy invited Kelly onto stage to perform ‘Loco’; Kelly later shared an image of the moment of reconciliation on Instagram.


According to Hollywood Life, it was also Eminem who was “the mastermind behind the make-up” after urging the two to call a truce following an “intervention.”

A source for the website reportedly said: “It was very important to both of the guys to let everyone know all was well…They’re both so thankful that Eminem got involved to help and realised the whole thing was silly in the first place. The beef has officially been squashed.”



Earlier this year, Eminem reignited his own beef with Machine Gun Kelly by calling him a “cocksucker” on stage in response to fans asking him to play diss track ‘Killshot’.

After thanking the audience for “making us feel like family”, he asked them “make some noise for fucking yourself and make nothing for MGK.” 

Later, Kelly responded, saying Eminem avoided putting his fans to sleep by refusing to play the track.

“ay @Eminem u made the right decision not dropping that weak ass song in concert and putting everyone to sleep,” Kelly wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Kelly announced the name of his forthcoming album and details of a summer UK tour last week (April 2).

Kelly, who released the ‘Binge’ EP last September, revealed that his new album is called ‘Hotel Diablo’. A release date is yet to be announced.