Video allegedly shows Machine Gun Kelly's crew beating up an actor who dissed him

Video allegedly shows Machine Gun Kelly's crew beating up an actor who dissed him

The feud between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly has so far consisted of vicious rap lyrics and savage social media posts.

However, things were finally taken too far when the verbal battle became violent, with members of MGK's crew allegedly violently attacking an actor shortly after he named the rapper "a p***y" for his tweets about Eminem's daughter.

A report in September from TMZ revealed that on Friday 14th September, an actor called Gabriel "G-Rod" Rodriguez walked up to MGK and his entourage in a restaurant with his phone out and started recording.

Machine Gun Kelly on December 2, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. Credit: Getty

In footage, released last month, Rodriguez - who has claimed that he was upset as a father when the rapper involved Eminem's daughter Hallie in the dispute, calling her "hot as f**k" - is heard saying: "I'm gonna say it because it has to be said, you're a p***y for going for family!"

Afterwards, he keeps repeating the word "p***y", much to MGK's chagrin, with the Bad Things star looking visibly annoyed and gesturing for him to leave.

Now, a new surveillance footage, apparently filmed on the same evening has revealed that a confrontation took place between the rapper's crew and Rodriguez later that night.

According to the same celebrity news site, Machine Gun Kelly's crew confronted the actor in a hotel a few hours later and beat him up.

"Three other men from MGK's crew then come up, stomping and punching the crap out of him. You don't see Kelly in the video. One of the guys is MGK's drummer - his name is R00K. Another is a guy who goes by the name Slim," writes TMZ.

They add that Rodriguez was "badly injured" and a criminal investigation is still pending. In addition, they allege he has told them he will drop the criminal investigation he launched, as well as his lawsuit if MGK fights him in the Octagon, an act that would apparently settle the score.

According to the site, the actor's response to the surveillance video went as follows: "Real f**king manly of this B***H!!! Tell him I'll take him plus 1 of his goons to get him to my weight class!!! And I'll drop all charges!!" MGP***Y".

Six years after MGK tweeted saying that Slim's daughter Hallie was "hot as f**k", the star got back at his arch-nemesis in his song Not Alike, rapping: "And I’m talking to you but you already know who the f*ck you are/Kelly I don’t use sublims and sure as f*ck don’t sneak-diss/But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie. [sic]"

MGK then released Rap Devil, which claimed: "His f*cking beard is weird/Tough talk from a rapper paying millions for security a year ‘I think my dad’s gone crazy’/yeah, Hailie, you right Dad’s always mad cooped up in the studio/yelling at the mic."

Eminem Credit: Getty

Then came another diss track from Slim named Killshot which told his rival "This is it, as big as you're gonna get, so enjoy it/Had to give you a career to destroy it".

It also stated: "Your reply got the crowd yelling, 'Woo!'/So before you die let’s see who can out-petty who/With your corny lines (“Slim, you’re old”)—ow, Kelly, ooh/But I’m 45 and I’m still outselling you/By 29, I had three albums that had blew."

Not content with losing the battle, the Bad Things star responded by giving Eminem's tack a score of six out of 10 and implying it was two weeks too late on Twitter.

I think we can all agree that this feud has officially gone too far.