Machine Gun Kelly Tricked Pete Davidson Into Crashing a Party at Sandra Bullock’s House

Machine Gun Kelly recalled the A-List party prank he once pulled on Pete Davidson. Hear the hilarious story involving Sandra Bullock below.

By Daisy Maldonado May 27, 2022 4:41 PMTags
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What are friends for if not to embarrass you?

On May 26, Machine Gun Kelly stopped by The Tonight Show and told host Jimmy Fallon about an epic prank he pulled on pal Pete Davidson.

The "Emo Girl" singer said he was invited to Sandra Bullock's house for Easter one year, and decided to bring Pete along — except he left out details about exactly whose party they would be attending.

Pete, assuming the night would be low-key, met up with Machine Gun Kelly—also known as Colson Baker—with some "40s" (aka 40-ounce bottles of alcohol). But when they arrived, Pete quickly realized Champagne would have been more appropriate.

MGK recalled the moment with a laugh: "We walked in and it was, like, Jen Aniston...And Pete was like, ‘Why would you do this to me, we look so stupid, like we have 40-ounces and we're at Sandra Bullock's.'"

If you're feeling badly for Pete, you shouldn't, because the former Saturday Night Live star made sure he got revenge earlier this year when he brought a surprise plus one to MGK's birthday party in April.

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"It's like my birthday last month and he texts me, and he's like, ‘Hey, I'm about to come to your party, can I bring a plus one?" he said. "And I was like, ‘Yeah, of course,' and he pulls up and his plus one is Robert Pattinson. And I was like, you brought Batman?"

MGK, fiancé to Megan Fox, and Pete—who is currently dating Kim Kardashian—have been friends for years, with the singer previously defending his friend amid Pete's ongoing feud with Kanye West

"At the end of the day, man, we're young men trying to find our place in the world and figure it out," MGK said on a March 30 appearance on The Howard Stern Show. "And it doesn't really help that you have a million voices ripping you apart."