Matt "Mac Daddy" Kindt will replace Chris Kelly in the fashion-backward rap group.
IGN has an interview up with Mind MGMT creator Matt Kindt, in which it is revealed that Kindt will be joining nineties rap group Kris Kross on a revival tour. Kindt joins Chris "Daddy Mac" Smith to replace Chris "Mac Daddy" Kelly, who died last week, allegedly due to a speedball overdose. Speedballs are a mixture of cocaine and heroin.
"I'll make ya rump rump wiggle and shake ya rump," a booty-obsessed Kindt told the video game website. "Cause I'll be kickin' tha flava that makes ya wanna jump."
It is unknown how the tour will affect Kindt's comic book work, which has... wait, what? Oh. Yeah, that makes more sense.
Readers, I must apologize. It seems I misread, and what's actually happening is that Matt Kindt is joining artist Chris Cross for Bloodshot #0 in August, part of Valiant's Summer of Valiant promotion. You can read the full interview at IGN, where they employ admittedly better fact checkers than The Outhouse.
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