Rapper Machine Gun Kelly never fails to disappointment (literally speaking) as he made a spectacle of himself at this year’s AVN awards show held in Las Vegas and hosted by pornstar Jesse Jane.
Actress Yvonne Vera, who worked with the 23-year-old Cleveland-native the night of the show and a day before for rehearsals, exclusively told us that this past weekend’s AVN awards show (Jan. 18th) was quite interesting.
Kelly reportedly brought the craziness on-and-off stage with an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, where his pants accidentally dropped exposing his entire butt– all while performing on stage.
The insider told us that she’s not sure if that was edited out in the final cut as the show had a four minute delay during the live taping.
But the fun didn’t stop there as the rapper and his married manager Byron Kirkland reportedly invited a couple pornstars back to their hotel room for a little entertainment, which involved lots of weed and Byron’s proposal to Vera — who he also invited back to his hometown of New York.
We’re told Machine Gun Kelly was so wasted that he even did a small strip tease inside his hotel suite and went fully nude. Vera adds, “his homeboy, “drummer” soon followed MGK’s lead.”
With his ongoing lawsuit involving his controversial mug shot on a ton of cheap knock-off t-shirts, I guess MGK just wanted to let lose and party the night away.
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As first reported by TMZ, the photo of Gun’s face on the t-shirts pissed off photographer Dario Calmese, who filed a lawsuit against the rapper’s manager Byron in New York, claiming he initially shot the MGK photo in 2012 for a limited edition t-shirt line with clothing company Black Apple. Photo below:
During production, Dario claims Black Apple submitted the photo to MGK’s manager for final approval… and everything appeared okay.
The Black Apple tees hit the market without a hitch — but soon after, Dario claims the mug shot photo began to surface on cheap knockoff t-shirts around the web, including at online stores Spencer’s Gifts and Live Nation Worldwide.
Now Dario claims Byron hijacked the photo for his own personal t-shirt production — outside of Black Apple — not only using the pic without his permission, but cutting him out of the action as well.
Dario wants everyone (except Black Apple) to STOP producing the mug shot tees stat. He’s suing Live Nation, Spencer’s, Byron and more … demanding thousands in damages.