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Machine Gun Kelly drummer Rook hospitalised after being robbed, assaulted and hit by a car”

Rook – drummer for MGK – was reportedly robbed, assaulted and hit by a car” in Hollywood on Tuesday evening.

Drummer JP Cappelletty was hospitalised after reportedly being robbed, assaulted and hit by a car” according to TMZ.

Machine Gun Kellys long-term sticksman – who goes by the name Rook – shared a couple of photos on his Instagram Stories after the incident, posting a selfie with MGK as well as a photo in a hospital bed with the caption, Don’t worry I’ll bounce back.”

It was reported that the 27-year-old was in the Hollywood Hills when the attack happened, with the drummer walking down the street on Tuesday evening when two guys jumped out of a vehicle to rob him”.

Read this: Machine Gun Kelly: From rap devil to pop-punk god

The publication’s enforcement sources told TMZ that there was a physical altercation, and Rook had thousands of dollars worth of property stolen from him. We’re told at some point, he was also hit by a car, which injured his foot and arm.” The attackers reportedly fled the scene.

Kerrang! would like to wish Rook a very speedy recovery.

Machine Gun Kelly and drummer Rook in hospital
MGK drummer Rook hospital bounce back
Posted on March 4th 2021, 11:49a.m.
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