That was some ill-informed ink!
Last summer, Machine Gun Kelly announced that his second joint album with Travis Barker would be called "Born With Horns." The two men were so committed to the name that they both got "Born With Horns" tattooed on their forearms.
Well, MGK has had a change of heart, posting a video of him telling the Blink-182 rocker that their tattoos were all for naught.
"We're friends no matter what, right?" MGK asked Travis in the clip, to which Kourtney Kardashian's fiance replies, "Of course."
"Remember when we got the new album name tattooed on our arms?" he then asked Travis, who quickly realizes what's happening.
"I'm changing the album name," MGK says through his own chuckles as Travis slumps over laughing uncontrollably.
The new album name is now "Mainstream Sellout," which is a follow up to 2020's "Tickets to My Downfall," which was produced by Travis.
MGK humorously captioned the Instagram video by writing, "my bad @travisbarker." The drummer, clearly a good sport about the tattoo, commented with a laugh-crying emoji.