Rapper Machine Gun Kelly has extended neighbour Jeff Lewis a peace offering after their week-long feud, as the Bravo star called out MGK and his house-guests for obnoxious behaviour on his Sirius XM radio show.
“Jeff, as the new guy on the block — referring to you — I wish we had a chance to meet,” MGK, 30 — real name Colton Baker — told the “Flipping Out” star, 50, on Instagram. “I’m sure there’s years of noise to come from my house, so I hope we have a mutual understanding. If you ever need anything, just come knocking. Until then, I’m going to send this over your way, cheers neighbor.”
MGK then sent a bottle of Dom Pérignon over to Lewis — via skateboard — which the reality star later posted to his own Instagram account.
“What’s up Jeff, let’s all be friends,” read a note attached to the bottle. Lewis responded to the “Bloody Valentine” artist, “I accept. Now please move your car @machinegunkelly.”
Lewis’ complaints began on the musician’s 30th birthday, when the interior designer claims MGK and his guests refused to abide by social distancing protocols.
“They still park in front of the fire hydrant. They park in front of other people’s driveways. It’s just like, I think they’re so f–ked up, they just park the car wherever it lands.”
MGK then responded to Lewis’ complaints on Lala Kent’s “Give Them Lala … with Randall” podcast, telling the host, “He can’t stand me. He doesn’t know that we know he does a podcast about us. He doesn’t know it’ll turn into ‘Neighbors ‘real quick. I’ma be Zac Efron. I’m Tom Petty. Petty in all caps.”
After taking issue with his radio show being confused for a podcast, the property pro addressed MGK “threatening” him, clarifying that the artist’s friends are the true problem.
“It’s not a f–king podcast,” said Lewis, “If they have an issue, come to me. He said, ‘I heard you’ve been talking about us on your podcast and it’s not hot.’ This guy says, ‘I’m not aggressive but some of us are.’ That is a threat. This is a nice family neighbourhood, we don’t need to threaten each other with violence…If this happens again, this guy will be spending his stimulus check on bail and attorney’s fees.”
He went on, “It’s with the people that go and visit him. His people, his followers, his disciples, groupies, whatever. They have to understand, I don’t hate them. My neighbours hate them because my neighbours have complained about them to me. Every time the cops show up, or every time a car gets towed, or every time someone gets a ticket, they’re assuming it’s me. It’s not me. I didn’t call the cops. When you Instastory a gathering … you are opening yourself up for criticism.”