Machine Gun Kelly Height

Don't ever look down, be comfortable with who you are, our flaws are what makes us perfect.

American rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor, Colson Baker aka Machine Gun Kelly (MGK), is known for his songs such as "Bad Things", "Rap Devil", "Forget Me Too", and many more.

There are only two kinds of rappers -- the tall ones and the short ones, Machine Gun Kelly belongs to the first category.

In a Wired Autocomplete video, he claimed to be, "six foot four and feet three thousand nine hundred and sixty-three centimeters in centimeters three hundred billion and millimeters, and 12 in human feet.

From what we have seen of him he looks very similar in height to G-Eazy (6'4") and Snoop Dogg (6'4" in his prime) in height, and just a bit taller than the ex-heavyweight champion of UFC -- Stipe Miocic.

In an ideal universe, someone named Machine Gun Kelly should be a full 6 feet 4 inches tall -- but this isn't an ideal universe, and we have a niggling doubt in the back of our mind that Mr. Kelly is a bit shorter than that.

The real height of Machine Gun Kelly is

6'3¾" or 192.5 cm

Machine Gun Kelly standing with Yung Gravy and Ariana Grande
Machine Gun Kelly standing with Yung Gravy (6'6") and Ariana Grande (5'½")

Machine Gun Kelly is a rapper, so his quotes are definitely worth it.

On life being short.

Life is too short to live the same day twice. So each new day make sure you live your life.

Tears and the rain.

You see my tears, in the rain underneath it all, we're just the same.

Machine gun fans.

You can't tell my fans that there's a better rapper than Machine Gun Kelly... Hands down, there's no way I'm not in the top five.

Not giving a f***.

As far as I'm concerned, I don't really care anymore what people think about me. I'm just gonna be me.

Humans are human.

Everything I stood for, forever, since the beginning of time, has been about seeing people as humans. Not as man, woman, white, Hispanic, any of that stuff.

Machine gun inspiration.

A lot of time, my inspiration comes from pain: growing pains, hunger pains, or money pains.

Going with the flow.

When the universe throws something your way, or things happen, I'm one of those people that goes with it, and I don't fight it.