Paid weapon Kelly At a metal-focused Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, California, on Saturday, Oct. 9, they avoided hitting glass and tree branches thrown by part of the crowd.
When she took the stage at the festival, Kelly experienced a slightly mixed reaction – and so did she Metallica, Anthrax, A will and Gojira in a row – with joy from the front row and climbing up from the back.
“This morning I said,‘ Are we going to get on a plane and go here? “I thought,” Kelly told the crowd at the beginning of the set.
“I was thinking about the last festival I had there, where a 10-year-old boy tore up a poster to like me. I’m doing this show for him and everyone who came to see us play.”
In the footage from the collection, while the song “Nothing Inside” is being played, the rapper-rocker sees him climbing to the top of the tent and shows a handful of bottles and drink containers thrown across him.
Kelly received a response from a similar crowd when he performed at the Higher Than Life festival in Louisville, Kentucky at the end of last month. Images from the incident wrapped in metal showed some of the crowd giving him a middle finger. Kelly also hit one of the festival goers, who jumped over the barrier and hit him.
“I often hate new rock,” Taylor said in an interview on the podcast Cutter’s Rockchat, but does not name Kelly directly. “I am [hate] artists who have failed in one genre and decided to go rock, and I think he knows who he is. But that’s a different story. ”
“Hey, don’t you know what I’m doing? 50 years old, wearing a weird mask on stage and talking stupid,” Kelly said, shaking the crowd during her Riot Fest set.
“He was angry about it and almost talked to the magazine about the album,” Kelly wrote at the time. “Admit it, it’s bitter.”
Taylor responded similarly, sharing a screenshot of emails between Taylor and Kelly’s “Tickets to My Fall” colleague. Travis Barker After Kelly offered suggestions on how to change it, the Slipknot group’s soloist showed up to give up the collaboration.