Machine Gun Kelly has finally responded to Yelawolf's challenge saying he has no beef with his fellow White rapper.

"I don't think hip-hop needs that," the Bad Boy said during an interview about the potential of a lyrical fight between the two. "I think it's corny... I think people took things the wrong way. We never got a chance to speak."

A few weeks back, Kelly appeared on New York's Power 105.1 Breakfast Club morning show and told hosts Angela Yee, DJ Envy and Charlamagne The God that he felt Yela took shots at him through his music, specifically during the BET cypher that aired recently. Days later, Yela challenged MGK, calling him sensitive and saying, "Machine Gun Kelly, if you want it, come get it."

MGK also excused his actions by reminding listeners he is barely legal and will most likely continue to make mistakes as he matures.

"I'm 21, man, of course I'm gonna say some stuff that people don't understand," he said. "I'm just trying to mature and grow up... When I watched the interview, I couldn't say anything, but, 'I feel you, man.' I'm still going to be a kid, I'm sure I'll say some more messed up things."—Gina Montana