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Machine Gun Kelly and Instagram model Sommer Ray spotted holding hands and kissing while shopping last Monday at The Beverly Center in Los Angeles.

The musician was dressed in a red denim jacket, black hoodie, embellished jeans, and black sneakers while she wore an oversized camouflage jacket, animal print cropped top, high waist animal print pants, and army green sneakers.



She had a green head bandana, gold earrings, and was carrying a Louis Vuitton backpack.

The 23-year-old model boasts an impressive 24.5 Million followers on Instagram and was first spotted with MGK while attending his concert where the two put on a very friendly display according to eyewitnesses.

The rapper and Sommer looked to be on a date as they walked around the mall holding hands stopping for a kiss before departing ways.

He released behind-the-scenes footage of his famous friends in the Bullets with Names music video for the Tickets to My Downfall album.

It’s directed by Sam Cahill and features Young Thug, RJMrLA, and Lil Duke and a bloodied Machine Gun Kelly as they play with real snakes, sip on mystery drinks, and go to strip clubs.



MGK is joining the cast of Midnight In The Switchgrass directed by Randall Emmett which was due to start production in Puerto Rico, but like everything in Hollywood, it’s been suspended during the COVID-19 epidemic. It will also star Megan Fox, Luka Has, Bruce Willis, Emile Hirsch, and Michael Beech.

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Colson Baker (Machine Gun Kelly) talked to Los Angeles Times about what he’s doing to stay busy amid the Coronavirus epidemic and told them he’s a big fan of graphic novels and comics —“I am a huge fan of graphic novels/comics because not only is the writing very cerebral (depending on which ones you read) but the art and storylines bring in a fantasy element — sometimes real life sucks, like right now, and you just need an escape,” he said.

If you are looking for good reads, he recommended “Saga,” “Sandman: Odyssey,” “Lucifer,” “Snotgirl,” “Kill or Be Killed,” “Plastic,” and “V for Vendetta.”