Machine Gun Kelly slammed for 'vile' remarks about teen Kendall Jenner in 2013 interview, more 'gross' comments about underage girls resurface

Machine Gun Kelly has come under fire for "vile" comments made about teenager Kendall Jenner in a 2013 interview, prompting social media users to unearth more examples of the rocker sexualising underage girls. 

Real name Colson Baker, the rapper and singer told Fuse in a recently resurfaced interview he hoped he would "snag" model Kendall Jenner when he was 23 and she was just 17. 

"Don't let me move to LA. Oof, I'm finding her," he said.

When asked by the interviewer if he was "counting down the days until she turned 18", Baker replied: "I'm not waiting till she's 18, I'll go now."

"I'm 23, dog, I'm not like, a creepy age. I'm 23 bro, she's 17 and she's like a celebrity - there's no limits right there." 

The 'Bloody Valentine' hitmaker went on to list musical "greats" who had groomed and dated underage girls, such as Robert Plant, who he said "dated a 14-year-old" and "one of the biggest badasses ever", Axl Rose, who Baker claimed dated a 16-year-old and wrote a song about her. 

In fact, it was Plant's Led Zeppelin bandmate Jimmy Page who was known for dating  14-year-old Lori Maddox in the 70s. 

"I don't care, say what you want man, if Kendall Jenner is in your bedroom naked and you're 50, you're going," he said. 

"Finally people are discussing this. Vile," one Twitter user responded to the clip. 

"We all knew he was creepy, gross and weird, this just proves it," said another. 

"Repulsive. He thinks because he's famous he can mess with kids," wrote a third. 

Footage of the Fuse interview went viral last week, prompting Twitter and TikTok users to point to other disturbing comments reportedly made by Baker. 

Screenshots of a 2010 tweet allegedly written by the musician showed him apparently lamenting feeling like a "creeper" for his attraction to underage girls. 

"I wish 13/14/15 year old girls weren't allowed to be hot so I wouldn't feel like such a creeper when I look at them..I'm still 19," the screenshot of the tweet read. 

Two years later, Baker tweeted about Eminem's daughter Hailie Scott being "hot as f**k", despite her being 16-years-old in 2012, when he was 21. 

The comments sparked a long and infamous feud between Eminem and Baker, despite Baker's assertions he "handled" the situation behind-the-scenes with Eminem's management, and agreed to take the tweet down. 

Baker claimed he "didn't know how old" Scott was when he wrote the tweet, but in an earlier interview doubled down on his actions asking: "What's wrong with that? Is there a 15-year age gap where I'm a creep for that? I was 21, dog." 

Some Twitter users pointed out that Baker himself is a father, having welcomed his daughter in 2009. 

"He's had a daughter for how long??" one tweet read. "Bet he's like every other dumb man that sexualizes underage girls but 'not my daughter' bullshit." 

The 'Bad Things' hitmaker, now 31, was recently engaged to Megan Fox, 35. He prompted further outrage when he explained the ring he designed for his fiancee featured a band of thorns that would "hurt her" if she tried to take it off.