Troye Sivan Is Being Called Out By Machine Gun Kelly For Having The Same Album Name
15 May 2018, 12:42 | Updated: 18 July 2022, 17:49
Okay, first of all. Relax.
Rapper and actor Machine Gun Kelly has commented on Troye Sivan's upcoming album Bloom. The 28-year-old tweeted about how "weird" it was that Troye's Bloom was coming out a year after the rapper released an album of the same name.
kinda weird that dude released an entire album called bloom one year after i released an album called bloom.— young gunner (@machinegunkelly) May 15, 2018
The rapper is clearly referencing Troye Sivan, who announced earlier this month that his sophomore album would be called Bloom.
Troye Sivan's Bloom is not actually out yet, but the rapper has commented on what a coincidence it is that the Australian pop singer would release an album of the same name.
It's unclear if there is any underlying accusation here or if this is merely an observation.
It is worth noting that, in 2016 (the year before Machine Gun Kelly released his Bloom album), two artists, RÜFÜS and Kim Myhr also released LPs called Bloom. Popular indie rock outfit Beach House also released an album called Bloom in 2012.
It's almost like Bloom is a popular word that has been around longer than 12 calendar months.
Anyway, people debated about whether it was "weird" that "that dude" had named his album Bloom as well.
A few people pointed out that there were literally dozens of albums called Bloom on Spotify.
hey sis !! guess who’s not special ?!? you. thank you for listening. pic.twitter.com/RBkITRdXY8— emma🌺 !!! (@troyeshalcyon) May 15, 2018
You also released an album called Bloom a year after Rüfüs Du Sol released an album called Bloom.— jack (@jackyy11) May 15, 2018
No offense bud but look at all the other projects called bloom get off your high horse pic.twitter.com/cqSj3Xr1GP— linds🌺 (@skylinefools) May 15, 2018
While some folks agreed with Machine Gun Kelly.
He waited the entire year n was just hoping nobody would notice lol.....— Kat (@Kat09325902) May 15, 2018
A lot of people also wanted it to be known that Bloom, as a word, was not invented in 2017.
the word "bloom" originated in 1200 let's get off of our high horse and act like you weren't the first one to have it as an album title— lucas (@lostboy) May 15, 2018
imagine thinking you own the word Bloom...delete this clownery— jordie 🌺 ilu troye !! (@hotfuckinbath) May 15, 2018
As "weird" as Machine Gun Kelly finds this, we're going to have to rule that it's nothing more than a coincidence. Court is adjourned!