Machine Gun Kelly has been using his platform to speak up against the racially-charged killing of George Floyd.
And the Texas-born artist is proving he can walk the walk as he hits the streets to demand justice amid nationwide protests.
He held up a sign that read 'prosecute killer cops' Sunday as he marched through Santa Monica with a crowd of Black Lives Matter protesters.
The 30-year-old showed off his tatted torso under an open grey shirt with a black bandana as a face mask.
He finished the look with some blue slacks and a pair of white Converse high-top sneakers.
He was accompanied by fellow musicians Mod Sun and Yungblud at Saturday's demonstration.
The Bloody Valentine artist said Friday in a heartfelt video: 'If you look like me and you have racism in your heart, and on your mind, and coming out your mouth, f*** you. I'm ashamed of you.
'If you enjoy my music or you like my movies, I don't want you watching, I don't want your business. F*** you. I don't want nothing that's a part of the evil agenda. That's not what our generation's legacy is gonna be.
'So, I'm drawing a line, and I'm asking the people step up and speak out for our fellow people going through all this hell right now. And encourage good.
'Let our kids grow up in a world where they're not afraid to leave their f***ing house or their cars or be running down the street. Evil is running the show, man. Take it back from them. F*** these motherf***ers!'