Machine Gun Kelly appeared on The Breakfast Club as he continues to promote his new album General Admission and claimed that he's been banned from Eminem's Shade 45. MGK says that he's not allowed to appear on any of the Sirius XM channel's programs. MGK believes one of his 2012 tweets calling Eminem's daughter Hailie "hot" is the source of the ban.

"I don’t get why I’m not on Shade 45. I’m a young man from the Midwest trying to f--kng speak for a bunch of degenerates just like a certain other person was,” said MGK, referring to Eminem.

Co-host Angela Yee played devil's advocate and told MGK that Eminem iss very protective of his daughter. "People don’t need to be famous then. You know what it is when you sign up for this thing," said MGK.

In addition to his Shade 45 claim, Machine Gun Kelly also alleged that someone from The FADER emailed his team and told them that MGK would never be featured in the publication. He additionally claimed that Rolling Stone refused to review his General Admission and the Coachella Festival would not allow him to perform. If any of his assertions are true, MGK clearly has burned some major bridges in the industry.