Sunday night saw a great game between Team LeBron and Team Durant, where Steph Curry broke a record for 3-pointers as he led the Team LeBron team to a win. Machine Gun Kelly introduced the NBA All-Star game in Cleveland, but he was clowned a bit in the process.

MGK thanked the attendees for showing up as he introduced the game. The audience present applauded his speech, but it seems social media didn’t react the same. The reaction on the internet was opposite to what happened on the field. Twitter users vented out their anger and frustration over MGK’s appearance.

“All right look, I’m not a great basketball– okay, I’m not even a good basketball player, but I did steal all of the infinity stones from Thanos so LeBron, if you need me, I can probably sink something from half-court while I’m wearing this tonight,” “Just let me know, I’ll be happy to step out.”

“Who the f*ck decided to let Machine Gun Kelly perform at the #NBAAllStar game?” one person on Twitter posted along with a gif of a girl being angry at a pedestrian and pushing him towards the ground. “MachineGunKelly for the All Star Game?” another Twitter user posted, sharing a video of Kobe Bryant walking out of an arena from many years ago.

Whereas others mocked the Cleveland rapper for his outfit, “Why machinegunkelly got on the sweater spongebob made out of eyelashes,” asked one user tweeter user. “MGK just won the ugly Christmas sweater competition of the NBA All-Star weekend,” read another tweet.

Twitter opinions certainly operate on their own, but of course, because once you wear anonymity on the internet, you speak your heart out as opposed to real life. Check out the tweets below to know why people are mad at MGK.

Bhupen Dange

Bhupen is a freelance writer for Ringside News and Thirsty For News; he is pursuing further studies in Computer Science. Since high school, he has actively participated in athletic activities, and when he is not playing video games, he spends his time in the gym training, watching movies, and walking his dog outside.

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