A Rapper Performs At An Atlanta Microsoft Store, It Turns Into A Mess

Microsoft had rapper Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) perform at its Atlanta story last Friday. It was a private event hosted by rap magazine The Source, not a Microsoft-sponsored event, says Microsoft.

Regardless, it turned into a mess when MGK jumped up on the tables and said, “[Eff] these computers,” and then proceeded to kick five of them, according to a report on Allhiphop.com.

We’ve watched a few videos of the performance and didn’t see any computers kicked. But we do see Microsoft cut off MGK’s microphone and turn off the music. Allegedly, the company called the cops, too.

This is the sort of thing that could only happen to Microsoft. It tries to be hip and it blows up in its face.

Here’s an NSFW because of salty language video of MGK at the store:

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