Yungblud joins Machine Gun Kelly with homage to mass-shooting victims on ‘Corden’

Posted on August 6th, 2019
Ariel Whitely

Ohio native Machine Gun Kelly and brother Yungblud paid tribute toward the victims of recent mass-shootings taken place in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. The duo appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Monday, August 5 to perform their intense collab single, “I Think I’m OKAY.” 

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The pair performed a raging hit from MGK’s recently released album Hotel Diablo. Shirtless MGK and pumped up Yungblud provided the energy that many are feeling across the U.S. The collab performance featured each performer playing guitar while matching the feel of their vigorous band. Kicking over his microphone stand, MGK shares one with Yungblud with a “good night” a cappella at the end. 

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To close the set, they flipped their guitars and lifted them above their heads revealing “El Paso” on the back of Yungblud’s guitar and “Dayton” on the back of Machine Gun Kelly’s to pay respect to those killed due to the mass-shootings over the past weekend.  

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