After pre-taping the cypher segments for BET's Hip Hop Awards show last fall, Tech Nina and MGK went out and enjoyed New York City's nightlife with a few famous friends. Now, Tech and MTV's 2011 Hottest Breakthrough MC will embark on the Hostile Takeover 2012 Tour, beginning in March and making stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Las Vegas.
"Me and Tech went to one club that Rick Ross told us to come to and we couldn't get in," Kells revealed to MTV News on Monday. "French Montana was stuck outside. We were like f--- this, so we all went to a strip club and met up with Waka Flocka."
The bond that the two fast-spitting rappers formed that day lead to a collaboration that will be featured on MGK's upcoming Bad Boy debut album and, of course, the Hostile Takeover Tour.
"He was like, 'You know what? You're crazy, I'm crazy, let's just take it one step further. Let's do like a world-record-breaking tour,' " MGK recalled Tech Nina saying to him.
After signing on to hit the road with the Missouri MC, Kells learned about the rule book issued by Tech's Strange Music label, which lists the do's and dont's of the tour — and accompanying fines. "It's like, no smoking weed, no everything. Anything you would think of — no, zero. Everything that we do, no way," MGK said.
Still, the "Wild Boy" rapper, who was recently arrested in Florida and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct, isn't fazed.
"Rules were meant to be broken, Machine Gun Kelly was meant to break them," he boasted.
And what about the fines? "I don't care about money either," he said. "It doesn't even matter. I have the money. Stories on the road are priceless."
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