Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "White Privilege II" has become a major topic as of late, with rappers like Talib Kweli and Iggy Azalea sharing mixed feelings on the song that deals with race in America. Add Machine Gun Kelly to the conversation. TMZ recently caught up with the Cleveland rapper at the airport and asked him about the song and the message behind it. "Race is not an issue," MGK said. "Race is an issue for people like Macklemore and shit."

"I'm comfortable in my own skin, man, I can't help other people be the same way," he added. Pretty interesting take from the rapper. Macklemore recently opened up about the song and why he called out Iggy, you can check that out here.