Rapper Richard Colson Baker, known professionally as Machine Gun Kelly, announced his new plans for his interviews in 2021 by sharing a recent tweet on his official Twitter account.
When the coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China in December 2019, no one predicted that the whole world would experience a lockdown and affect our lives so deeply.
After the rapid spread of the coronavirus, the whole world had to abide by the lockdown distance rules. Almost 80 million people were exposed to this virus and many died. Besides health problems, many countries have experienced economic problems and people have experienced financial difficulties.
In addition, all organizations, sports competitions, concerts, shows, cinemas in the world were either canceled or postponed. Due to the coronavirus, people communicated with their loved ones only with the video call application ‘Zoom.’ Even some interviews and live shows were made thanks to such applications.
However, Machine Gun Kelly seems to be bored with such internet providers. In a statement he made on Twitter, he said that he would no longer be interviewing through zoom in the new year and that he would only accept face-to-face interviews.
Here’s what Machine Gun Kelly said:
“No zoom interviews from me this year.
Only in person, face to face.”
However, his fans did not support his idea and told him to give up this decision without offending the rapper.
A fan said:
“The best time to delete this was 17 minutes to but i’ll give you another chance to delete it right now.”
Another fan commented:
“That’s not really a good idea right now.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
no zoom interviews from me this year.
only in person, face to face.
— Blonde Don (@machinegunkelly) January 2, 2021