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Upcoming American rapper Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) was hired to perform
at Microsoft's Atlanta retail store on Friday, but the software giant
got more than it bargained for. MGK performed 'Hold On (Shut up)' for
the crowd at the Microsoft Store, where he appeared to mark The Source
magazine’s release of their annual Power 30 issue. After rapping "fuck
these computers..." the rapper started jumping between tables at the
store that contained laptop and tablet computers.
"Fuck these computers..."
Although it's unclear whether any damage was caused, a video of the
event clearly shows MGK throwing a promotional sign from one of the
tables. All Hip Hop reports
that the rapper stomped on "at least five computers" before cops were
called and Microsoft Store staff cut the music and microphone. MGK was clearly angered
at Microsoft's decision to cut his music, telling staff "I'm not
getting down" before demanding them to "play that shit." He was then promptly met by Microsoft Store employees and at least three police officers before being escorted to a private area at the rear of the store.
Microsoft regularly books recording artists for performances at its
retail stores, but this table top performance was clearly not what it
expected. We've reached out to Microsoft for an official comment and
we'll update you accordingly.
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