Apparently Diddy's Bad Boy signee, rapper Machine Gun Kelly, wanted to leave his stamp on the city when he came to Atlanta for the BET Hip-Hop Awards last weekend. Instead, he got kicked out of the Microsoft store.
In the latest edition of When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong, the Cleveland-based rapper turned out Lenox Mall's Microsoft store during an in-store performance last Friday. After jumping up on the display table to spit his rhymes, he began kicking over computers, according to AllHipHop.com.
When store employees asked him to get down, he threw them the finger, talking ’bout:
"Suck my d*ck, I'm up in this motherf*cker. MGK in this b*tch. F*ck these computers."
You can't really see him doing damage in the video, but the laughter coming from the videographer is the cue. Police officers and Microsoft store employees eventually calmed MGK down. But what could've been going through that young man's head? Does he really think that's hip-hop?
That kind of "Wild Boy" behavior might score major points in the punk world, but in hip-hop you gets zero street cred for that, MGK. Real rappers tear the club up; they don't f*ck up a corporate relationship with a behemoth like Microsoft. Rappers idolize Bill Gates' legacy — they're trying to make Bill Gates' type money. On a scale of gangsta, Billionaire Gates is right up there with George W. Bush and Scarface. You don't trash the Microsoft store, son. You get that paper and keep it moving. Take that aggression out on your hip-hop peers next time — or an R&B singer — like real rappers do.
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