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Machine Gun Kelly on his extraterrestrial encounters: They’re out here”

A red orb came out of nowhere, went and disappeared again”: Machine Gun Kelly reveals his recent experience with UFOs…

If you’re one of the millions of people who’ve had Machine Gun Kellys pop-punk record Tickets To My Downfall on repeat since last September, you’ll have already heard him address the subject of extraterrestrials on the songs Kevin And Barracuda and Concert For Aliens. And now the musician – real name Colson Baker – has revealed that he actually spotted a couple of UFOs recently, and believes that, They’re out here.”

Homie, I saw life on this planet that was from another planet two nights ago, over a lake in Thousand Oaks,” he tells James Corden in a new interview on The Late Late Show. A red orb came out of nowhere, went and disappeared again.”

Read this: 11 great songs about aliens and UFOs that are out of this world

MGK adds that he’s spotted one before, too: I was in Bora Bora a week before that Hawaiian blue orb over the Pacific or whatever. Bora Bora is also in the Pacific and I saw that same exact orb that they were talking about in Hawaii and I saw the exact same thing fly by and disappear over a mountain. They’re out here.

By the way, they’re also looking at earth like, You guys are so dumb!’ ” he jokes of these aliens’ thoughts towards humanity, Like, everything we’re doing the past year is so dumb. This is the best reality show ever for anyone not living on this earth.”

Yup, it’s hard to argue with that. Watch the full interview below:

And see MGK and blink-182s Travis Barker performing Concert For Aliens in the recently-released Downfalls High musical:

Posted on January 21st 2021, 2:19p.m.
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