Machine Gun Kelly Takes Daughter Casie On European Tour

Machine Gun Kelly brought his 13-year-old daughter, Casie, with him on the European leg of his ‘Mainstream Sellout’ tour.

The “Papercuts” singer, 32, gave fans a sneak peek into his latest family adventure while visiting France and Italy between overseas shows.

“This is my daughter’s first European tour,” he captioned a series of photos on Instagram on Friday.

In the snaps, the father-daughter duo caused a storm at the Louvre Museum in Paris and visited designer Rick Owens’ studio.

They were also joined by a host of MGK pals, as well as his fiancée, Megan Fox, who matched the pair in a furry bucket hat.

“MGK and Casie are possibly the most iconic father/daughter in the entire industry right now,” one fan commented, referring to Kelly’s mini-me, which he shares with his ex Emma Cannon.

A selfie of Machine Gun Kelly and her daughter Casie.
The father-daughter duo toured France and Italy.

Another follower added, “She’s growing up so fast!”

The “Bloody Valentine” rocker previously paid tribute to Casie on his 13th birthday when he officially became the father of a teenager.

A blurry photo of Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox dancing together.
Kelly’s future wife, Megan Fox, has also joined the adventure.

“Happy 13th birthday my love,” Kelly, born Colson Baker, wrote on his Instagram Story in July, noting that he was a “proud dad.”

In the social media post, Casie sweetly hugged her dad while holding a cake that read “OMG YOU’RE A TEENAGER.”

The group visited the Louvre Museum.


Celebrity sightings in Milan

Kelly and Casie also visited Milan.

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Kelly also shared a screenshot of a FaceTime call with the newly created teenager which showed her enjoying another cake while wishing her the “happiest 13th birthday”.

Although Casie has remained largely out of the spotlight, she did appear in her father’s Hulu documentary, “Life in Pink,” earlier this year.

She spoke lovingly of her father but admitted he was a busy parent who is “addicted” to his career.

“He’s still working,” she said. “[Even though] quit taking drugs, he becomes addicted to doing other things to provide that feeling. He is addicted to rolling tobacco and addicted to work.

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