<p>MGK and his daughter Casie appear at AMAs </p>

MGK and his daughter Casie appear at AMAs

Machine Gun Kelly poses on AMAs red carpet with daughter Casie: ‘The cutest’

Singer shares 12-year-old daughter with ex Emma Cannon

Chelsea Ritschel
New York
Monday 22 November 2021 04:36
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Machine Gun Kelly has earned praise from viewers after taking his daughter Casie Colson Baker to the 2021 American Music Awards.

The “Rap Devil” singer, whose real name is Colson Baker, arrived on the red carpet at the AMAs on Sunday in a custom bedazzled Ashton Michael outfit, while his daughter Casie, 12, wore a floor-length black gown.

During the rare father-daughter outing, the singer locked hands with his daughter, who he shares with ex Emma Cannon. At one point, the pair were photographed locking pinky fingers and kissing their thumbs in what appeared to be a secret handshake.

MGK, who is currently dating Megan Fox, later earned the award for Favourite Rock Artist, with the singer telling the audience that he wanted to accept the award for “all the aspiring musicians, the one that wants to play an instrument, wants to rap, wants to see - not just the rock artists, but the artists who are rock stars”.

“Lastly, I just wanna say this: I read a headline that says the age of the rockstar is dead, but looks pretty alive to me!” the 31-year-old singer added.

On social media, the sweet red carpet moments between MGK and his daughter prompted praise from his fans, with one viewer writing: “MGK & his daughter are so cute.”

“MGK and his daughter got a handshake. Stopppp so cute#AMAs,” another person tweeted.

Someone else wrote: “MGK and his daughter are the cutest.”

MGK and his daughter pose on the red carpet at the AMAs

While many viewers were excited to see the performer and his daughter, other viewers revealed that the appearance marked the first time they learned that MGK has a daughter.

“MGK has a daughter, you learn something new everyday,” one person tweeted.

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