G-Eazy Responds TO MGK's Funkmaster Flex Shade With "Bad Boy"
And with the quickness!
During his last freestyle for Funkmaster Flex, Machine Gun Kelly slipped into a pair of shadow bars point directly to G-Eazy.
On Drake's "non-stop" instrumental, which not only seemed to mock G-Eazy about the dissolution of his relationship with Halsey, but also with your brand of music as "frat rap."
"Only Eazy I fuck with it ... I fucked his wife/Now looks like this shit is ruling/How dare he, I dare him not to think more of the comparison/Now turn that frat rap outside I get sick of the hearing".
Only took G-Eazy two hours to respond via SoundCloud with the song "Bad Boy."
"MGK, please, stop trolling me/more of me, I want to be me/You is a crazy person that they are not so big as to me," he raps. "I am everywhere/I'm your nightmare/You can't get rid of me/Call an Uber, you turn the radio on/Imagine listen to me/'He and I are."
G-Eazy responds to MGK, of course, but also throws in some jabs at Funkmaster Flex to give MGK the platform for the sim.
"I think we both might have something in common despite the fact that/That gave place taken from you, you are mad about that," he adds, in reference to Flex in the course of the animosity with the Power 105 The Breakfast Club.
A few days before G-Eazy and Halsey, today announced that the call closes again in July, images of Halsey and MGK — that went out with the singer before G-Eazy — stirred rumors of a reconciliation. However, it seems that the "Him and I" co-workers are working.
This is the second sim 24 hours for MGK, who was also called by Eminem in his surprise Kamikaze album.