News: Machine Gun Kelly Brings The Rage Outta Drake [Video]

Monday, Nov 14, 2011 11:45AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Young Money star Drake showed off his respect for the "Rage" movement over the weekend by bringing out Cleveland's own Machine Gun Kelly during his Club Paradise tour stop.

Drake brought out the newly signed Bad Boy Records artist to perform his "Wild Boy" record.

Drake's "Club Paradise" tour pulled into Cleveland State University last night (November 12) with a special guest. October's Very Own showed love to C-town by bringing out hometown hero Machine Gun Kelly to perform his single "Wild Boy," raging on stage as Drake did "Headlines." "Ya'll make noise some for Machine Gun Kelly one time," said Drizzy. (Rap-Up)

Following the set, MGK hit up Twitter and gave his post-performance reaction.

"Last night the homie @Drake brought me out during his set, that was a CRAZY experience!!! http://youtu.be/xip0KuXML1o," he tweeted November 14th. (Machine Gun Kelly's Twitter)

Last August, Machine Gun Kelly reached out to SOHH and explained the art behind raging.

"Raging is just about taking a bunch of pent up anger and turning it into crazy antics on-stage," Kelly explained to SOHH. "It's just a chance for a 30-minute, hour-long show to free yourself. It's about freeing yourself and being whatever you want. Whether it's pulling your boobs out, yelling, or just bleeding everywhere. Whatever. You choose your own form of rage." (SOHH)

He also told SOHH about ladies asking him for intimate autograph signings at concerts.

"You have to be a Rager, anyone can sign boobs, but you have to be a true Rager," MGK told SOHH. "I don't sign, actually, it's pretty funny, I don't sign any boobs unless I'm signing the nipple. That's actually a rule I have. Nah, dead serious. You can ask my road manager. He tells all the girls, 'He's not going to sign your boobs, he's going to sign your nipple though. We push the limits. This is the Motley Crueof hip-hop. That's what's going on right now. Spread the word. We card, too. We don't sign any 15 year-old boobies. I'll sign [a poster] but not their nipples. This is for the 18 and over year olds." (SOHH)

Check out Drake & Machine Gun Kelly below:

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