G-Eazy's heel turn seemed inevitable. The Bay Area greaser begins his first major rap feud with a PSA disclaimer: "There is Bitchassness rampant everywhere I look, up-down and all around." The telecast voiced by a devilish impostor goes to show that even the most diplomatic among us can be pushed to their limits. In the the case of G-Eazy becoming red in the face, it was Machine Gun Kelly's subliminal Tweeting that turned him into an adversary. It started in July when MGK subtweeted about a curious dye job with the words, "holy shit just be yourself homie." You can take it from there.
On "Bad Boy," G-Eazy uses every of inch of space at his disposal to put himself over (MGK). Within the body of the song, G-Eazy documents a dysfunctional relationship that goes beyond the pettyness of MGK's Twitter subliminal. G-Eazy invokes a "night in Finland" where both men allegedly come to terms. According to G-Eazy, MGK nearly broke out in tears with facts laid out on the table. Then he never heard from him again.
Someone might'a lit a fire inside the soul of me
Your shots just graze me, I'm standing, they put a hole in me
I answer to no one, nobody can get control of me
MGK please stop trolling me, get over me
You wanna be me, you’re mad that you’re not as big as me
I'm everywhere, I'm your nightmare, you can't get rid of me.