updated 02:04 pm EDT, Tue October 2, 2012
Performer jumped onto table in first song
An in-store gig by a rapper ended abruptly after he started damaging merchandise. Machine Gun Kelly was hired by Microsoft to perform at its store in the Lenox Mall in Atlanta last Friday, but shortly after starting his first song, he cursed at the machinery on display, jumped onto one of the tables, and started stamping while he performed.
Forty seconds after commencing 'Hold On (Shut Up)', he proceeded to dance while rapping, damaging five computers in the process. When the music was cut, MGK told gathering store staff "I'm not getting down" and demanded that the music continued. At least three police officers and Microsoft Store employees escorted the performer to a private area at the rear of the store.
Microsoft, like Apple, request for musicians to perform gigs at its retail stores, in an effort to raise customer awareness. [via All Hip Hop]