Singer, rapper, and actor Colson Baker, known professionally as Machine Gun Kelly, jumped to Twitter and has revealed how he feels about his performance during Saturday Night Live debut as a musical guest.
The 30-year-old singer and rapper made his debut at Saturday Night Live in New York this weekend for his first performance of 2021 with his emotional song ‘Lonely.’
He sang the song ‘My Ex’s Best Friend,’ which he released in August 2020 for his first performance. MGK then sang the song ‘Lonely,’ which he wrote after his father, who died in July 2020, for his last song. Both songs belong to his fifth album, ‘Tickets to My Downfall,’ which he released last September.
Following his performance, the singer and rapper jumped on Twitter to share his feelings about the SNL performance, revealing in a few sentences how his SNL debut was. MGK described his performance and Saturday night as the best night ever.
Here’s the tweet:
“Best night ever.”
After the show was canceled in March due to the coronavirus epidemic, it was given again to the presenter, John Krasinski, and this hosting was a first for him.
Check out the Twitter post below.
best night ever
— Blonde Don (@machinegunkelly) January 31, 2021