Gun Machine Kelly thoroughly enjoyed himself at his after-party. The "Wild Boy" chose to smash a champagne flute on his head on Tuesday (June 28) while celebrating his sold-out performance in New York City's Madison Square Garden. "I could care less, man. He informed the crowd, "I don't give a sh*t," before placing the glass on his forehead. Blood streamed down his face, chin, and neck as he continued to sing "My Ex's Best Friend," appearing unfazed by it. He displayed the nasty injury over his right forehead on Instagram Stories.
The following day, he detailed the horrific episode while promoting his brand-new Hulu documentary Life in Pink on "Late Night with Seth Meyers." MGK, who still had a cut on his face, asked, "You know when you clink a champagne glass with a fork to kind of catch people's attention? Yes, I was without a fork. I simply clinked it against my head. In medicine, that is referred to as "asking for it," Meyers said in jest. Yep, you know, I had a bad case of that last night, MGK remarked, adding that the following time he sees Meyers on his schedule, he needs to have doctors nearby. Prior to the tragedy, Megan Fox's fiancé lit up the iconic Empire State Building in pink to mark the debut of his Life in Pink documentary. He captioned a collection of images from the event, "NYC you're my gory valentine."
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