Machine Gun Kelly flexes his hometown pride while performing at the NFL Draft in Cleveland

Machine Gun Kelly flexes his hometown pride in a custom jersey as he closes out final round of NFL Draft in Cleveland: ‘It feels good to be home!’

Cleveland native Machine Gun Kelly made his hometown pride known as he closed out the third and final round of the NFL draft on May 1 with a very energetic performance. 

The 31-year-old Bloody Valentine singer performed from the Great Lakes Science Center, where he was seen sporting a custom football jersey and strumming on a pink guitar — both of which bore the name of his Ohio city. 

‘It feels good to be home!,’ he yelled from the draft stage, before closing out the night strong with a few tracks from his hit album Tickets To My Downfall.  

Hometown pride: Machine Gun Kelly, 31, flexes his Cleveland pride while performing at the final round of the NFL draft at the Great Lakes Science Center

Coming home: 'It feels good to be back!' he yelled as he closed out the three-day festivities with tracks from his album Tickets To My Downfall

 Coming home: ‘It feels good to be back!’ he yelled as he closed out the three-day festivities with tracks from his album Tickets To My Downfall 

The boyfriend of Megan Fox debuted his take on a football uniform as he crooned in a custom lime green and pink sparkly jersey with ‘Cleveland’ on the back. 

He completed the on-stage look with lace up white pants and performed for a packed house who danced and jumped around. 

The three-day event took followed strict COVID-19 protocol and only fully vaccinated people were allowed to watch the draft from the arena. 

Additionally those closest to the stage were invitation-only while also being required to have proof of full vaccination.   

Instruments: MGK traded off between two guitars — one pink electric one that had the city's name plastered across it and a graphic acoustic one

Instruments: MGK traded off between two guitars — one pink electric one that had the city’s name plastered across it and a graphic acoustic one

COVID-19 protocol: The three-day event took followed strict COVID-19 protocol and only fully vaccinated people were allowed to watch the draft from the arenaCOVID-19 protocol: The three-day event took followed strict COVID-19 protocol and only fully vaccinated people were allowed to watch the draft from the arena

COVID-19 protocol: The three-day event took followed strict COVID-19 protocol and only fully vaccinated people were allowed to watch the draft from the arena

Represent: The boyfriend of Megan Fox debuted his take on a football uniform as he crooned in a custom lime green and pink sparkly jersey with 'Cleveland' on the back

Represent: The boyfriend of Megan Fox debuted his take on a football uniform as he crooned in a custom lime green and pink sparkly jersey with ‘Cleveland’ on the back

MGK traded off between two guitars — one pink electric one that had the city’s name plastered across it and a graphic acoustic one — as he performed Bloody Valentine, Title Track and Lonely (which he dedicated to his late father). 

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