Machine Gun Kelly Isn't Down With Mackelemore's 'White Privilege' Message

By HHL Editors

In his new track 'White Privilege II', Macklemore talks about feeling guilty because he benefits from being a white artist in a mostly black genre.

He also drags Iggy Azalea into his feelings, which the Australian import didn't appreciate.

Although he wasn't mentioned in the track, Machine Gun Kelly has now made clear he isn't down with Macklemore's message. He does so during an interview with TMZ. First, MGK takes objects to the cameraman calling him a great "white rapper.

"I'm not just great white rapper, I'm a great rapper," Kelly says. "Race is not an issue, race is an issue for people like Macklemore and shit," he continues.
At this point the cameraman asks MGK about 'White Privilege II' explicitly.

"I'm comfortable in my own skin, I can't help other people be the same way," MGK said of Macklemore and his track.
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