Mac Miller's Brother Slams Machine Gun Kelly's Upcoming Film About a Troubled Rapper

Machine Gun Kelly‘s newest movie isn’t agreeing with the bro of late rap artist Mac Miller.

In action to a current statement that the 31-year-old “Bloody Valentine” entertainer, that passes Colson Baker in his acting job, is readied to represent a struggling songs celebrity in the dramatization Good information, Mac’s brother, Miller McCormick, shared a social media sites message relatively slamming the task.

McCormick, that did not especially discuss Machine Gun Kelly or the movie’s title, showed up to take specific umbrage with the flick’s title, as “Good News” was Mac’s initially posthumous solitary from his January 2020 album, Circles. Mac Miller died in 2018 of an unintended medication overdose at age 26.

“f – k you. f – k your movie. at least change the title,” McCormick shared to his Instagram Story on Thursday, July 1, according to Complex.

In action, manufacturing firm Rivulet Media released a declaration to E! News on July 1 to make clear that the flick is a job of fiction which the title, which was meant as an homage to Mac, will certainly be transformed because of the objection.