Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Machine Gun Kelly turns Microsoft store upside-down, raps 'f*ck these computers'

Machine Gun Kelly (the rapper, not the historical gangster) was hired to perform at a Microsoft store to promote Microsoft's Atlanta retail store in the Lenox Mall. Unfortunately, whoever did the hiring didn't do enough checking on Kelly.

Machine Gun Kelly, born Richard Colson Baker and also known as "MGK," was there to to mark The Source magazine's release of its annual Power 30 issue. As first reported on Tuesday, the rapper performed in a manner

not befitting the rather staid Microsoft, rapping things like “Suck my d*ck; I’m up in this motherf*cker. MGK in this b*tch. F*ck these computers.”

Certainly, since Microsoft's Windows platform is on those computers, we don't think they appreciated his sentiment. In addition, it was reported that MGK stomped on at least five computers.

MGK was angered when the Microsoft store cut his music, saying "I'm not getting down" before demanding they "play that sh*t." Microsoft eventually called police.

MGK's sentiments were made readily available on Twitter. He tweeted a photo showing himself giving the finger to onlookers and employees (above, in censored form).

A video of his performance (or antics) is available, embedded.

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