Machine Gun Kelly Destroys G-Wagon Windshield Prior to No. 1 Album Debut

Dylan Henson

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LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 1: Machine Gun Kelly seen leaving the saddle ranch on October 1, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by iamKevinWong/MEGA/GC Images)

Machine Gun Kelly is fully embracing the reckless, punk rock mood of his fifth official album, Tickets To My Downfall. He recently shattered and kicked out the windshield of a white Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon SUV owned by his friend Mod Sun.

"F**k i owe you a new windshield my bad!" MGK captioned the wild Instagram clip showing him hanging out the front seat window surrounded by a sea of fans and paparazzi.

MGK went live via IG to document the end result. (Mod Sun didn't seem too worried about the damage.)

The 30-year-old has plenty of reason to feel like he's unstoppable, including that he's just earned his first-career No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, reportedly selling nearly 123,000 units of the Travis Barker-produced Tickets To My Downfall in its debut week.

Among those to congratulate MGK on the milestone is his Bad Boy label boss Diddy. "Beyond proud of you @machinegunkelly and your musical journey to find your truth!" he wrote on IG. As crazy as it sounds, Kelly is the first Bad Boy artist to score a chart-topping project since the R&B group Day26 all the way back in 2008.

He added, "I told you that once you stopped giving a f**k it will all come together. Love you bro keep being fearless and pushing culture forward. You officially brought Rock back...a true Rockstar!"

Across the 15-track collection are an array of big names, including Trippie Redd, Halsey and iann dior. Trippie even left behind a few self-rolled cigars at the studio as an (accidental?) gift for his homie and fellow Ohio native. Earlier, the pair had fun singing "all I know" together.